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Country: Australia
Description: Brought this tank, stand, some fish and all equipment for $100. Internal filter, Heater, 2 foot light. Great deal!
Advice: Im new too. But I would say research on the net before buying fish. Patience is important. But just have fun and enjoy!
Fish Kept: 6 Angel fish (2 marble, 1 marble viel tail, 1 white viel tail, 1 wild halfback & 1 black), 2 Gouramis (1 opaline & 1 gold), 2 dwarf gouramis (orange & blue), 2 silver dollars, 1 black ghost knife fish, 1 albino rainbow shark, 2 bristlenose (1 albino & 1 black),5 neon tetras, 2 rummy nose tetras, 1 serpea tetra, 3 unknown tetras, 1 female fighter fish, 1 unidentified fish I caught at the lake down the road, 5 ghost shrimp I caught at the river (angels ate 3) and 1 gold mystery snail.
Corals/Plants: 1 jave fern. Drift wood
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: To see a world in a grain of sand, and heaven in a wild flower. Hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and heaven in a wild flower.
About Yourself: I got into this fish stuff about 3 months ago after seeing a freinds tank. Found a very cheap tank in the local classifieds and went from there.

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