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Photo Caption: 10 gallon. 1 Anubiuas Nana 5 Assorted Fake Plants 1 Fake Driftwood Assorted Decorations ----------------------- 2 Platy (Sunburst and Red Wag) 1 Male Guppy 2 Albino Cory Catfish 6 Neon Tetras
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 10 gallon. 1 Anubiuas Nana 5 Assorted Fake Plants 1 Fake Driftwood Assorted Decorations ----------------------- 2 Platy (Sunburst and Red Wag) 1 Male Guppy 2 Albino Cory Catfish 6 Neon Tetras

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State: Nebraska
Country: United States
Description: Currently I have a 10 gallon freshwater tank. Here is the insides. 1 Anubias Nana 5 Artificial Plants 2 Platy 1 Guppy 2 Cory Cats 6 Neon Tetras Assortment of plastic decorations.
Advice: Start with a 20g or higher. Water changes, water changes, and more water changes.
Fish Kept: Assorted Platy, Blue Delta Guppy, Neon Tetra, Albino Aeneus Cory Cat
Corals/Plants: Anubias Nana
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: Maybe I dont need to catch up. Maybe the world needs to slow down.

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