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Photo Caption: 29 gal freshwater (in) 30x12x19 eclipse filter not a bit of a clue on the lighting stealth heater random thermometer month old tank
29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 29 gal freshwater (in) 30x12x19 eclipse filter not a bit of a clue on the lighting stealth heater random thermometer month old tank

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 29 gal freshwater (in) 30x12x19 eclipse filter not a bit of a clue on the lighting stealth heater random thermometer month old tank
Advice: keep tin foil over any uncovered part of the tank incase if you have jumpy fish
Fish Kept: 4 golden swordtails, 2 silver $, 1 spotted 2' pleco, 6 neon tetras, 4 glowlite tetras and 2 fantail guppies. 19 total
Corals/Plants: Wood/Rock: slate and some weird rocks that look like wood,cichlid gravel, fake coral. Plants: Giant Vallis, Broadleaf (Anubias), mini south American swordplants and some drifting caboma.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: May the fish be with you.

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