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nick.scott
Last Activity:
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Gender:
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Birthday:
Oct 15, 1993 (Age: 24)
Location:
Dallas, TX

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nick.scott

Aspiring Aquascaper, Male, 24, from Dallas, TX

nick.scott was last seen:
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Oct 15, 1993 (Age: 24)
    Location:
    Dallas, TX
    Planted Aquarium Experience:
    Novice
    Aquascaping Experience:
    Novice
    After getting my first 10gallon tank back in early 2012, I soon learned about the art of aquascaping. I was in awe of the beauty of all these tanks. I had never seen something so beautiful and natural before. My 10gallon just had red and black rocks and a plastic cave for my rainbow shark, Damien. So, I was determined to create something as beautiful as what I saw in the other tanks. Since I have to live very frugally, I slowly gathered the materials I needed. I bought a 29 gallon tank. Then I bought the lighting. I searched through so many pieces of driftwood and stones, looking for what could make the perfect hardscape. Now I'm very close to my goal. I'm about to purchase a pressurized CO2 system, as DIY hasn't been working so well. I'm mostly satisfied with my hardscape, but I feel like a very quick design update is necessary to satisfy my need for professional perfectionism.

    All the fish in my new 29gallon came from my 10gallon. I bought them all at once before I knew anything about cycling and without a thought for compatibility. These fish have gone through a lot, but somehow have made it. I have one rainbow shark, one diamond tetra, one black phantom tetra, and a zebra danio and a blue danio (and I recently adopted several mix matched danio rerios, making five total.) This mix of fish is a little strange, and if I could start again, I would, because there's so many other fish I'd love to keep that would fit perfectly in my tank, but for fear of overcrowding, sadly I'm going to have to hold off. I've had these fish from the beginning and it would be cruel to give them to a LFS just for aesthetic reasons.

    Anyway, that's about it, haha ;)

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