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Photo Caption: my very first tank..it was 70 gals...i sold it when i left for the army.
29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my very first tank..it was 70 gals...i sold it when i left for the army.

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: I have a 29 gal freshwater with a variety of fish.. a 5.5 gal with a goldfish and betta.. and a 10 gal with 3 red ear slider turtles in it.. i also have a 20 gal, 5.5 gal, and 55 gal empty in storage...in my past i had a 80 gal freshwater and a 25 gal with a 1 giant red ear slider..
Advice: have fun with it.
Fish Kept: 29gal- 2 tan Dojo loaches, 3 black kuhli loaches, 2 albino clawed frogs, 2 yellow african cichlid, 1 electric blue african cichlid, 1 danio 5.5 gal- 1 goldfish, 1 blue betta 10 gal- 3 red ear slider turtles
Corals/Plants: fake plastic
Tank Size: 29 gallons
About Yourself: i am a 28 year old US Army Soldier. i am divorced with two kids and live with my fiancee and her 3 kids..yep that's 5! i love it...i got back into aquariums again after my tour in iraq.

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