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Photo Caption: 30 gallon fresh water tank. 16 fish total along with a frog and a golden mystery snail.
freshwater fish - carassius auratus - fantail goldfish, calico stocking in 30 gallons tank - 30 gallon fresh water tank. 16 fish total along with a frog and a golden mystery snail.

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State: Iowa
Country: United States
Description: This tank has has two different levels of rock. The bottom level is a smaller rock that the plants can root into. The top layer is just a common pea rock that can be purchased at most pet stores. The rocks in the tank were found in a creek at a local golf course. The air pump is a Tetra Whisper 1030. The filter is a AQUA-Tech 30-60 power filter. The other decorations in the tank were purchased at a local pet store.
Advice: Be sure that bacteria is built up in your tank before adding the fish you desire.
Fish Kept: 2 rainbow sharks 1 bala shark 1 irredescent shark 3 sword tails 4 tiger barbs 4 gold fish 1 pleco 1 golden mystery snail 1 dwarf frog
Corals/Plants: 5 bulbs that are being germinated 2 grass plants
Tank Size: 30 gallons

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