Okay for the hair maybe you could try curling it you know make it wavy.For the clothes,how about some dark skinny jeans with some type of tank top.Put some necklaces with that and for the shoes,maybe some flats since you do not wear high heels.Hope I helped! :)
1. What is this tank?
Looks like it's an old pressure tank. Link No idea why it would be sitting under your lawn, maybe the previous owners replaced it and decided to bury it if they had to pay to get rid of it. Even if the tank itself is not leaking, maybe there's a membrane inside that is. Looks like the standing one second from the left.
2. Putting sand in freshwater aquarium?
verify the sand is extremely positive or the fish airborne dirt and dirt gets in between the debris of sand. I quite have used extra effective positive silica sand. It needs to be almost powdery-positive. Rinse earlier putting in tank
3. Is this new tank syndrome?
Brown algae is common in new tanks. It's usually caused by not enough light, not enough oxygen and too many nitrates. Did you cycle the tank before you added fish? If not, I would say the cloudy water is the bacteria bloom. If you are getting brown algae it's probably near the end of the cycle when the nitrates start showing up. Once the tank finishes cycling the water should clear up and the brown algae will not be such a problem. The plants in your tank will help out by using up some of the nitrates. Just keep up with regular water changes and gravel sweeps and you should be in the clear in about a week.
4. Have I done this Betta set up wrong?
Tank seems passable. I agree on cycling the tank. That take 2 to three weeks. because it was not that lengthy, you will want to maintain visual exhibit unit of the water readings, and do water modifications. at the same time as having a Betta on your tank, the less quantity of bubbles the better. they are used to being in ponds that have not any water fluctuations. bear in recommendations, ADF have were given to bypass to the exterior for air, and ought to ought to now no longer be placed in very deep water. per chance placed some variety of rock for the frog so he do no longer have that far to visit the utmost. also, the Betta likes and demands to be in water no decrease than 82 tiers. because the water receives a lot less warmth the less he will do. they prefer heat. it really is about it, like I suggested tank seems properly. Have relaxing with the tank
5. Betta behavior, tank setup, and tank mates question?
You can put more bettas or like the first person said, you can put a wall divider with holes in it (so they have the same water in the tank but putting a divider will shorten the ammount of space i wouldnt really put a divider though they can still be together but if you get more bettas make sure its a female not a male so the dont bite
6. good tank mates in twenty gallon fish tank?
The guppies and danios would be fine but clown loaches need keeping in groups and grow to over a foot long so are not suitable for a 20g
7. bog wood in tank?
You can attach to a peice of slate is one way, or another way is to put rocks on the top of it to hold it down is what I do. If you have catfish that reach larger sizes or even some cichlids will try to burrow under this so keeping several rocks on the top may be necessary in order to keep the wood down. Over time, the wood will become saturated in water and keep itself down.
8. Centerpiece Fish for Community Tank for 55 Gallon Tank?
I would say a pair of german blue rams, or a peacock would work because they are peaceful A possible option would be a firemouth as well, but that's not completely a sure thing. Parrots would work too as long as they do not get too big for the fish (my parrot ate my danios)