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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: My Tank is a 20 Gallon High, the tank was a a kit, but i added a heater and a better filter, its also on a 20/29 gallon stand which i assembled myself. The fish have been happy in there for a while.
Advice: Take your time, dont rush into things, and dont start too small, you will always want to go bigger. I wish i had.
Fish Kept: *in 20 gallon tank* i have kept many others before 1 Paradise Fish 3 Black skirt Tetras 1 Swordtail 1 Raphael Catfish 5 Neon Tetras (other 5 died) 1 Sunburst Glofish (other 3 died) 1 Cherry Barb (other one died) I really dont like this tank very much, the fish have become very boring to me.
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 20 gallons
About Yourself: I have always loved fish, and this was my first tank besides a lot of Bettas. I actually have a 3 gallon female betta tank, and a 1.5 gallon Male betta tank aswell. My 20 gallon tank is really small, and i wish i had gone bigger, and i have become bored with these fish. (dont worry im not going to do anything to them.) My next tank is going to be a 55 gallon saltwater tank. Other fish i've kept not in this tank: 2 Neon Dwarf Grouamis 2 Flame Gouramis 3 Long-finned Striped danios 3 Long-finned leopard danios 2 Emerald green Corys 1 albino rainbow shark 1 Rainbow shark 1 Red tail shark (jumped out of my tank) 2 Angel Fish 4 Tiger barbs (hated them) 4 sunset platies (hated them) 3 Plecos (never had any luck with them) 2 Chinese algae eater (never had luck with them) 2 Blue Rams 3 Female bettas 4 Male bettas (i have had 1 for the last year and a half)

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Thanks for the enouragement. I must admit that though I have maintain the tank all these years I have somewhat spend less time with it due to other commitment. fish avatar Soo Khin

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