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Photo Caption: 15 GAL, TOPFIN filtration, 2 black moors, one Pleco All live plants except for the one in the middle (was put in to seed my cycle)
15 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 15 GAL, TOPFIN filtration, 2 black moors, one Pleco All live plants except for the one in the middle (was put in to seed my cycle)

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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: 15 Long, topfin filtration
Advice: .
Fish Kept: Black Moor Goldfish, Plycostomus
Corals/Plants: .
Tank Size: 15 gallons
About Yourself: Began taking care of fish when i won my first goldfish at a carnival at 8 years old. Got some orange mollies when i was 10, that bred unexpectedly. helped with My Dad's 250 gallon tank since i was 8 which fed my fascination. Took care of bettas for a while, but never liked how lonely they looked. Got the oldest fish in my tank a year ago, the only survivor from that batch. Added another black moor to be his friend about a month ago, and they have been thriving and love to be in each other's business, even though i just gave them five more gallons. They love watching me as I watch them. I am a massage therapist, hoping to one day have a huge coy pond in my office some day :)

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