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Photo Caption: My HalfMoon Betta, Swim Shady is accompanied by 3 mystery snails in a 15 gallon vertical fish tank. I upgraded Swim Shady's tank from a 3gal to 15gal after owning him one year.
15 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My HalfMoon Betta, Swim Shady is accompanied by 3 mystery snails in a 15 gallon vertical fish tank. I upgraded Swim Shady's tank from a 3gal to 15gal after owning him one year.

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: Aqueon 15 Gallon Column Deluxe Aquarium Kit. The aquarium provides a spacious environment for your aquatic pets. The integrated fluorescent light hood fits seamlessly on the aquarium for a flat profile, and the full-spectrum T5 light offers excellent illumination. The built-in rocker switch makes it easy to turn the light on and off. The QuietFlow power filter and filter cartridge keeps the water circulated and free from debris.
Advice: Never use unfiltered water!
Fish Kept: Halfmoon Betta
Corals/Plants: FSilk
Tank Size: 15 gallons

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I like the feel of this tank. Later down the line I'm wanting to do a Zen garden themed betta sorortiy tank. fish avatar

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