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45 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - First posted pic

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State: Alabama
Country: United States
Description: 45 gallon. Whisper EX70 Filter ( does a really well job) Its minimal rating is for a 45 gallon so I'm getting lots of extra filtration. Marineland Stealth Submersible 200Watt heater. Basic lighting but hope to upgrade in the near future.
Advice: I'm still learnng, not offering any advice yet but willing to recieve.
Fish Kept: Gold Gouramis,Blue gouramis, many Buenos Aries Tetras, and a rainbow "shark." Many people say that you should not mix gouramis, my gold and blue are getting along real well and showing no aggression towards each other at all. I think it's just the luck of the draw. The gold and blue gouramis are the same species, just different pigment codes. The "shark" can be a bit of a bastard at times but mostly leaves everyone alone.
Corals/Plants: Not any live ones but artificial ones.
Tank Size: 45 gallons

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