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Photo Caption: This is my 37 gallon , but I used a different exposure on the camera and it gave it a sort of "second coming" look to my Dwarf Gourami..pretty cool huh?!
37 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my 37 gallon , but I used a different exposure on the camera and it gave it a sort of "second coming" look to my Dwarf Gourami..pretty cool huh?!

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 37 gallon Top Fin tank,Marineland Submersible Heater, flourescent lighting, Bio-Wheel Penguine 200 filter.
Advice: Do your homework BEFORE you start a tank. Research on all the fish forumns. Realize this is not an inexpensive hobby, but always buy quality products; you will in the end anyway. Be very wise about live bearers, they WILL procreate! RE: platies.
Fish Kept: 1 Powder Blue Dwarf Gourami, 2 Otos, 5 White Skirt Tetras, 3 Platies-all female, 9 Glofish
Corals/Plants: All plastic/and or silk plants, 1 large caverenous rock, 1 small mopani wood
Tank Size: 37 gallons
Quote: "Exercise Your Options"
About Yourself: This hobby began 9 months ago as a Christmas gift to a bedridden Aunt. I started nievely with 2 goldfish in a 1.5 gallon tank. After MANY mistakes both in purchases and stock, we now have a 10, 20, and 37 gallon tank. The Aunt loves the fish, and I have begun to love the fish haha!

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