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Country: United States
Description: Its a 60g 48x24x12 Fish tank that my wife bought, and I never had the chance to really work on it to make it worth looking at. Im just using fake plants, 75lbs of small gravel mixed with 50lbs of black sand, a Fluval 305 as a filter, Whisper air pump, and fake rocks, a couple are real
Advice: I'm actually still kind of new, so you might have pointers for me
Fish Kept: Tons of cichlids and a 14" Pleco
Corals/Plants: Fake Plants
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Quote: Practice makes perfect, I think?
About Yourself: My very first fish was when I was about 12, it was a goldfish I had and raised in a glass bowl with a metal bottom. The goldfish grew to about 8 inches then died. Never found out why, but as I got older I found out that metal is a bad thing for goldfish.

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