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27 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My First Tank...Plan To Upgrade in size and get alot more plant life for these guys...I started keeping fish as a hobby to help me out with anxiety disorder And I can honestly say it's calming to try and give these little guys the best life possible...
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Photo Caption: My First Tank...Plan To Upgrade in size and get alot more plant life for these guys...I started keeping fish as a hobby to help me out with anxiety disorder And I can honestly say it's calming to try and give these little guys the best life possible...
27 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My First Tank...Plan To Upgrade in size and get alot more plant life for these guys...I started keeping fish as a hobby to help me out with anxiety disorder And I can honestly say it's calming to try and give these little guys the best life possible...

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Country: Canada
Description: First Timer With Aquarium And I'm Hooked...
Advice: Do your homework
Corals/Plants: Hornwort
Tank Size: 27 gallons

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