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Old 11-02-2011, 02:23 PM   #1
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My new tank... Help please....

Hi guys, I am new to fish keeping but have been reading the posts on this site for a few months now and decided it was about time that I contributed! So HELLO everyone, my name is Gemma: I currently have a 6 gallon tank housing 3 Mollies, 1 guppy and 2 shrimp.

I have recently acquired a 30 gallon tank which I am currently in the process of cycling. Once this is complete, i aim to re-home my existing fish, with a few new purchases eventually (not sure what yet) then buy a Beta for the 6 gallon tank.

Here is a picture of my new tank, as I advised, I am new to this so any comments/thoughts/suggested improvements would be welcomed.

Many thanks for your input...
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Old 11-02-2011, 02:39 PM   #2
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Welcome to Aquarium Advice! Sounds like you have a great plan to move your fish over to the 30g. It's great that you are fishless cycling as well!

Btw your tank looks great and I love the island head guy ( idk what the real name for those are) on the left!

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Try getting a background for it, I feel like that really brings a tank together! Looks great though!
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Originally Posted by goodeyesniper View Post
Try getting a background for it, I feel like that really brings a tank together! Looks great though!
agreed, backrounds are awesome. maybe add a little more height in the back-middle of the tank in front of the heater, but it looks good already!
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