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Photo Caption: My First Tank (The streaks are fast moving fish, Faster than the really slow shutter)
10 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My First Tank (The streaks are fast moving fish, Faster than the really slow shutter)

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State: Alaska
Country: United States
Description: Standard 10 gallon pet store kit. Carbon filter, no CO2, first tank.
Advice: Don't waste your money on expensive fish until you have a healthy tank established.
Fish Kept: 1 x red tail shark (catfish), 1 x orange molly, 3 x glofish, 1 x cherry shrimp and 2 x ghost shrimp that are determined not to be eaten by the other fish.
Corals/Plants: java fern, moss, and anacharis
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: Hit hard, hit fast, hit often
About Yourself: I am an analyst, I will soon have two Siberian Huskies (i have one right now but will be getting a puppy this summer), my dad always had a fish tank when i was growing up but was never much into live plants, he didn't have the time for them.

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