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Photo Caption: I have to leave one side of the tank heavily planted as my guppies keep having babies. The babies hide in the thick plants for about 2 weeks before they venture off into the rest of the tank.
72 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - I have to leave one side of the tank heavily planted as my guppies keep having babies. The babies hide in the thick plants for about 2 weeks before they venture off into the rest of the tank.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: My first planted tank. I will add the plant names later. CO2 (3 bubbles per sec.). 4x 2200 lighting. Sump style filter with flow-over tank.
Advice: Nothing is hard once you get used to it. Your tank is a hobby....not a job.....enjoy it, love it, and it will give you happiness in return
Fish Kept: mainly tetras. 2 angels, 2 loaches, freshwater feather shrimp, 5-6 guppies.
Corals/Plants: coming !!
Tank Size: 72 gallons
Quote: anything worth doing is worth doing right

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