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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: 20 L tank, bio-filter, submersible heater, standard lighting equipment
Advice: Whenever you buy your first fish, ask the store for a handful of of the gravel that you can put in your tank. The store gravel is cultured with all of the necessary bacterias that will help keep your fish alive. It can take weeks for the bacteria to grow naturally without cultured gravel, but with a handful from the store, it will only be a matter of days before it spreads to the entire tank.
Fish Kept: Black shark, rosie barb, 2 glass fish, Ruby Crown Apistogrammas Cichlid, Apple Snail
Corals/Plants: plastic decorative plants, a decorative palm tree
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: "A lover's kiss is better than angels raining down on me"
About Yourself: 21 year old female... I'm a city girl trapped in a town. I'm from Miami, Florida and now attend school at IU in Bloomington, IN. I just became interested in fish because of my boyfriend. To be honest, i love all animals.

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