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Photo Caption: Got this tank at the flea market for $10. I planted a bulb kit with onion, lily, and aponogoten. I did some trial and error with fish. and now i can't stop learning about tanks, fish and plants.
12 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Got this tank at the flea market for $10. I planted a bulb kit with onion, lily, and aponogoten. I did some trial and error with fish. and now i can't stop learning about tanks, fish and plants.

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 12-Gallon Fluval EdgeFiltration: 100 gph 3-stage mechanical, chemical and biological filtration.Lighting: 42 LED lighting system (7600K high-luminosity LEDs with 39 White LEDS and 3 Blue LEDs).Capacity: 12 gallons.Dimensions: Total dimension measures 16.875" x 10.25" x 23.4" high. The Fluval Edge aquarium measures 16.875" x 10.25" x 17.5" high.
Advice: If you fail, Try again!
Corals/Plants: onion, lily, and aponogoten.
Tank Size: 12 gallons
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