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Old 08-16-2011, 05:06 PM   #1
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Getting back into fish ^_^

I'm a 22yo bio/chem student and I currently have just one 55 gallon freshwater tank that has been through a couple moves in the last 3 years
I've been a fishy person for as long as I remember and at one point had about 10 tanks at a time set up all in my bedroom (this is all when I still lived with my parents). Then when I moved out and realized I'd be moving out I cut it down to 3 tanks and then on the next move went down to 2...and now I'm planning on buying a house in the next year and have gone down to just my 55.

My goal tank has always been a discus tank, but there is no way I'm attempting those until I'm in my own house and not planning on going anywhere for a few years.

Anyway, right now I'm redoing my tank after having goldfish and South American Cichlids before them... (which I will never do again 'cause I love my live plants too much ) So, now I have new gravel, and a few Cabomba in there and have an order placed for other plants that should be here by Friday! My camera is currently broken so I don't have any current pics, but I have lots of old ones of previous tanks that I'll post eventually
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