Photo #1 - Another View Of The Bowl From About 4 Feet At Exa...

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Photo Caption: Another view of the bowl from about 4 feet at exactly my eye height (5'10"). The bowl is located in the 3rd partition of a book shelf.
2 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Another view of the bowl from about 4 feet at exactly my eye height (5'10"). The bowl is located in the 3rd partition of a book shelf.
fish tank picture - Just another view...close up of the fish and the tank.

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State: South Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 2 Gallon Bowl with small bio-filtration system and a small 25 watt heater set to 80 degrees. Lighing is a simple desk lamp with dimmers on a 3 stage timer to simulate dusk/dawn and daylight. Small blue LED also set up on a timer to simulate moonlight during the night. Dexter loves his home and is very happy to be in this space. Next addition is some live plants (Java Fern and Java Moss).
Advice: Lots of fun and an easy set-up. It requires very little maintenance. Water change is done every week, only changing about 15% of the water each time. I also use aquarium salt, PH tests (i keep it at 7.5), and vitamin. I feed Dexter 3 different types of food.
Fish Kept: Betta Splenden - Name: Dexter
Corals/Plants: Fake "Silk" ornament.
Tank Size: 2 gallons

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dexter is far out! fish avatar

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