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50 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is the old photo, I will update with the new one soon.

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Country: Portugal
Description: This is only a small aquarium, I tried to make my first aquascape with limited budget only US$25 (all set without the tank)
Advice: Keep learning, don't give up... read the books. And you will satisfied and try to do more.
Fish Kept: Corydoras, Platys (Metallic & Red), Chinese Algae Eater, Small Tiger Sucker Fish, Siamese Kuhli, Neon Tetra, Irian Ferina, Red Belly, Mollies (Black, Orange, Silver), Black Ghost, Serpae
Corals/Plants: Lombok Sands, Nuphar Japonica, Lotus Zanke, Anubias Nana, Rotala Indica, Sagitaria Subulatta, Camboba Carolina, Jungle valisneria, Cryptocorine Wendtii, Mayaca Fluvitialis
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: Keep Trying Don't Give Up

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