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Photo Caption: Tiger (Loach) Ravaging a sinking alge wafer. He loves these, and attacks it before taking it to one of his hiding spots. Certainly my most exciting fish to watch.
30 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Another view of my new plants
freshwater fish - botia hymenophysa - tiger botia loach stocking in 30 gallons tank - Tiger (Loach) Ravaging a sinking alge wafer. He loves these, and attacks it before taking it to one of his hiding spots. Certainly my most exciting fish to watch.

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: 12x30 glass, using a simple air pump for the shipwreck and an Penguin 200 Biowheel. Plants are live. Add an old ceramic pot I had laying around.
Advice: Do your research, and make it a fun hobby.
Fish Kept: 2 neons, 1 tiger loach, 1 cory cat, 3 (brightly colored fish in orange, green, and red), 2 (blood or glowlight), not sure), and 2 guppies (one female).
Corals/Plants: Live plants plants.
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: If a fish has a mouth pointing forward and big enough to fit another fish in, it probably will (stolen - auther unknown).

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