29 gallon freshwater.

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  1. MrOcean

    MrOcean Bristle Worm

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    I had my old 29 gallon laying around for a few months. I didn't have the money or desire to set up another saltwater tank.

    So... Using material I had laying around the house I set up a simple freshwater tank. I just put a few neon tetras in it tonight. The plan is to add more driftwood as well as silk plants.

    What does everything think?

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  3. 2in10

    2in10 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Looks good, the neons will be happy with more wood and plants to play in.
     
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    norg. Kole Tang

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    Very nice. Neon tetras are surprisingly smart. Atleast mine are. They are very curious and beautiful fish. How many did you add?
     
  5. MrOcean

    MrOcean Bristle Worm

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    I started with six. They were $1 a piece. I've always wanted a school of neon tetras.

    I just hope when I add in angelfish they don't make a snack out of the tetras. I've read they can if not careful.