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29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 29 gallon (3 months old)

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State: Massachusetts
Country: United States
Description: My first fish tank. Only one month old, and will be a freshwater community. 29 gallons, Whisper 30 power filter, 100 watt heater, fluorocent light and few airstones.
Advice: Research even before you think of buying a tank. Many times people learn it the hard way by loosing fish, money and time. I have also travelled few times back and forth exchanging umcompatible fish- (not my fault, ...took the word of store reps, but found out what he suggested was not compatible with my other fish).
Fish Kept: presently rasbora, australian rainbow and cory. Few more fishs comming soon. (Stocking slowly without overloading).
Corals/Plants: all plastic and artificial stuff.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: hmm!!! you talking to me!!!
About Yourself: Always wanted to keep fish. Now got the chance. Gonna totally enjoy it .

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