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30 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 28 gallon lightly planted tank. Large variety of fish although alot of them are hiding in the photo.

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Country: Canada
Description: New to the hobby, a bit over 2 months in. I have a 30 gallon tank, fluval substrate for my plants, Whisper 30 gallon filter, a heater that's only meant for up to 20 gallons but according to my thermometer its doing the trick.
Advice: Do your research, follow instructions.
Corals/Plants: I do have plants in my tank, unsure of the name. I will mention here that my tiger barbs are kept in a separate tank than my main community, due to picking on the rest of the fish.
Tank Size: 30 gallons
About Yourself: Freelance visual artist that recently became a broken fish addict.

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