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20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My 20 Gallon Freshwater Tank

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State: Oklahoma
Country: United States
Description: 20 Gallon glass aquarium w/ wood finish; marineland biowheel 200 filter; marineland stealth 100Watt heater
Advice: Research before you buy. Fish aren't mix and match. Start with a big aquarium, not a small one. Shop at different stores to build the best aquarium, one store probably won't have everything. Mine has parts from 3 different stores. The only filter that is too big is the one that won't fit on your tank. Feed varities of food to fish.
Fish Kept: 3 Tangs; 1 Gourami; 1 Bala Shark; 1 Dojo Loach; 1 Catfish; 1 Rubberlip Sucker
Corals/Plants: Artificial plants (they arent near as messy, live plants shed and tend to clog filters and filter media, a fair warning)
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: You get what you pay for!
About Yourself: Ive always enjoyed fish and underwater life. It may require some dedication and time, but it is well worth it. Aquariums are very calming, relaxing, and they bring any room to life.

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