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Old 07-26-2018, 03:20 PM   #1
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The tank that sucked me in.

Just wanted to share a pic of my tank i bought last Feb ,after years of not having one. The top pic is now and the bottom is three months ago🐢😀 it's hard to believe by the photo there's 11 fish an six snails in there..
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Things are looking good.
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Old 07-29-2018, 03:16 PM   #3
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I suppose the tank always looks that good, and it wasn't just cleaned up for the photo shoot (just kidding)....
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Yeah actually I have it so dialed in i just give it a front wipe every friday, with 12 to 16 qts water change every week. Plus firts three times a week. Now the first three to four months while it was cycling there was a lot of brown algae. Oh an do a trim every two weeks for p!ant propagation,where the trimmings go in baby tanks.��
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What size is this tank?
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20 high tank

The tank has been redone since this post. Back in the hobby, started in 1989. Now we have 18 tanks��
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