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15 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My Juwel Korall 60.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: I currently have a Juwel Korall 60, which is just under 15 gallons. The equipment is just the equipment that came with the tank.
Advice: Read as many books and websites as possible. Ask questions on fish keeping forums if you are not sure. There is a lot of knowledge out there to help you.
Fish Kept: Currently: 4 long-fin zebra danios, 5 neon tetras, 5 x-ray tetras, 3 chocolate kuhlis, 3 striped kuhlis, 2 golden kuhlis and 4 amano shrimp.
Corals/Plants: Not sure of the plant names, but I have two planted bogwood creations from a lfs and some plants that look like lillies planted in the foreground.
Tank Size: 15 gallons
About Yourself: I have had a fish tank for 10 months now. I started with the Fluval Edge, which was much too small for any fish I wanted to keep. I have had my current tank for 7 months, and am much happier with it. As soon as I get a bigger place to live, I know I will end up with a bigger fish tank.

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