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Submitted By: Aarin on
Photo Caption: im new to this but i would like to customise it as much as possible but still make it unique spacious and bright
25 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - im new to this but i would like to customise it as much as possible but still make it unique spacious and bright

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: trying to keep it plain but adding personality keeping it bright and bubbly
Advice: change the water 1 a week top up with bottled water 1 a week
Fish Kept: 2 Bala Sharks 4 Neon Tetra's 2 silver Gouramis 2 mollies 2 frogs 1 male and 2 female siamese fighting fish 5 guppies 1 red tail black shark 1 leopard corydoras 1 flathead ancistrus 1 royal pleco 2 ghost tiger barbs 2 manchurian loaches 1 tiger shovelnose catfish
Corals/Plants: just pond weed the rest is all artificial i put in cucumber though
Tank Size: 25 gallons
Quote: im not the dim witted little girl people think i am

COMMENTS

don"t put to much stuff in it, or it will take the magic away fish avatar

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