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State: Utah
Country: United States
Description: Its a basic 29 gallon Bio Cube, with a drip bio balls filter,sand sub., Live plants, Been great little setup , filter is great keeps the tank clean, Lights that came with really bring out the fishes colors and Plants have been thriving.
Advice: If you buy a Bio cube, I found adding some Plastic netting on the back to keep fish from jumping over the back into the filter has saved more Tetras Lives than I could count. Also don't be afraid to add to the filter, some small tweaks have gone a long way. The lights really make Glo Danios stick out looking almost like a saltwater fish, Its really neat at Night
Fish Kept: Almost every kind of freshwater fish, My dad owns a fish hatchery, so I've been lucky to dabble in a little of everything.
Corals/Plants: Live Plants
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: What comes around goes around
About Yourself: Dad is a fish supplier of African cichlids, So I was raised in the hobby.

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beautiful tank fish avatar
Beautiful fish! fish avatar
They look great, is it possible to keep them in a 30 gallon though... i would want to try fish avatar
Great discus! Awesome photo, great combination of colours. fish avatar

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