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Photo Caption: This is my first proper goldfish aquarium as they where being kept in a smaller plain tank and so i moved them to this tank.
8 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my first proper goldfish aquarium as they where being kept in a smaller plain tank and so i moved them to this tank.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Tank was bought as part of a fluval package, and was my first tropical tank which i have recently moved my goldfish to, it has a fluval 1, aqua flow mini and also a undergravel filter in. A small sun glo light is used which came in the package and there are two plants and some slate work with small dorset pea gravel. (Sorry about the picture quality, as it was taken on my phone.)
Advice: Try not to add chemicals, in my experience they are bad.
Fish Kept: Goldfish, Guppies, Mollies, Minnows, Tetras, Catfish, Plecs, Snails, Crabs and Shrimps.
Corals/Plants: Dont know what they are called but i keep 2 plants of which 1 is quite big and the other tall and thin.
Tank Size: 8 gallons

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