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fish tank picture - Just started my tank yesterday. Haven't owned a tank since I was a kid (ok it was my dad's) but it was maintained by some paid dude so yea, it was just to look at. This is my FIRST tank, not really too sure what to do with it so any suggestions are welcome!
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Submitted By: Ray Strack on
Photo Caption: Just started my tank yesterday. Haven't owned a tank since I was a kid (ok it was my dad's) but it was maintained by some paid dude so yea, it was just to look at. This is my FIRST tank, not really too sure what to do with it so any suggestions are welcome!
fish tank picture - Just started my tank yesterday. Haven't owned a tank since I was a kid (ok it was my dad's) but it was maintained by some paid dude so yea, it was just to look at. This is my FIRST tank, not really too sure what to do with it so any suggestions are welcome!

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State: Arkansas
Country: United States
Description: 50 Gallon freshwater Not really too sure of the brands of stuff, just picked this up on Craigslist. Heater, two (biowheel?) filters, fake plants/rocks/wood. Plan on adding more but I'm just not sure what to do or what I'm wanting.
Advice: n/a
Fish Kept: Assorted Veil Angel
Corals/Plants: Fake plants
Tank Size: 50 gallons
About Yourself: New to all of this. Just a 24 year old kid looking for something to keep me occupied other than drinking my life away :-p

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