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Old 01-11-2016, 12:25 PM   #1
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I am currently owner to (1) 55g freshwater tank. It has been set up for about 2-3 weeks now currently housing a single red tailed shark. This is *technically* my boyfriends tank. Below is the tank + the stand he custom built.

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Today I plan to get a 20g to set up and cycle. I hope to add glofish with guppies and possibly dwarf frogs.

In the past before doing research, I have had a 10g with female + male guppies and A LOT of babies. I decided to let nature take its course when it came to the babies - I did no separating.

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Hey there, thanks for joining Aquarium Advice! I love Dwarf Frogs and Guppies, fun picks.
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Hey there, thanks for joining Aquarium Advice! I love Dwarf Frogs and Guppies, fun picks.

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Nice tank.
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55 gallon elephant nose tank.
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