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State: Alaska
Country: United States
Description: when i was a little kid i beg my parent to buy me a fish tank and now that i can aford one by myself i have spent a few hour studying and reading b4 i bought my setup ..i spent acouple of dollar but it was well worth it...im a freshwater fish i might go saltwater if i buy a 55g
Advice: spend alot of money and u get anything u want..dont be greedy and u will come with a bowl of fish hahahah..
Fish Kept: koi...guppy....halfmoon betta....fancy goldfish..
Corals/Plants: lucky bambo....grass
Tank Size: 28 gallons
Quote: scared of money dont make none
About Yourself: i have always love fish and fish is in my family..my dady love fishing my mommy love cooking fish my famil love eating fish..and i love taking care of pet fish..my fish are not for dinner..k..ummm i always wanted a fish tank when i was small i beg my parent to the point where they got me a 20g but i didnt do no rescreach or study on how to take care of a fish tank so i wasnt so succesfull but now that i have grown i did alittle study and my tank lookes amazzing...

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