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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 55 gal

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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: Listed tank and fish is my personal, not the habitats for those animals I take in. The temporary residence can be seen on myspace. It helps with the adoption process.
Advice: Water Changes!!!!!!!!!!- Don't Procrastinate Filtration!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - Dont be cheap (it'll cost you later)
Fish Kept: 2 female bettas 2 pineapple swordtails 1 Red Velvet Swordtail 1 Sailfin Molly 1 South American Puffer 3 Zebra fish 2 angel fish 2 sucker fish 2 Red Twin Bar Platy 1 baby Twin Bar Platy from the above 1 Neon Orange Platy 2-plecos tiger stripped and albino Just recently have zebrafish eggs
Corals/Plants: Fake plants for my tank. My fish play tug of war with the real ones.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: "It'll only bite if you agrivate it." "How do I know if I'm aggrevating it?" " It'll bite you"
About Yourself: We have recently (about a year) been taking in marine animals that are in a dangerous enviornment or can no longer be cared for. This started when I found out that there isn't a refuge such as the humane society available for aquatic pets in my area. Some of my tanks that you may see are not always beautiful but they are an improvement over their current conditions and most likely have a habitat being constructed.

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