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29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - I'm in the process of relocating. I have to move two times. So I'm keeping my fish in a 29 gal tank with out any gravel. This is much easer to move than my 75 gal tank with about 200 lbs of rock.
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Submitted By: Kyle Klopfenstein on
Photo Caption: I'm in the process of relocating. I have to move two times. So I'm keeping my fish in a 29 gal tank with out any gravel. This is much easer to move than my 75 gal tank with about 200 lbs of rock.
29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - I'm in the process of relocating. I have to move two times. So I'm keeping my fish in a 29 gal tank with out any gravel. This is much easer to move than my 75 gal tank with about 200 lbs of rock.

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: 29 gallon perfecto all glass freshwater, 2-150 watt Aqua Clear heaters, 1-Aqua Clear 50 hang on filter, a standard lighting hood, an air stone and a piece of drift wood.
Advice: Patients
Fish Kept: 2 Red-Turquoise discus, 1 Blue ?? discus and 1 Orange ?? discus
Corals/Plants: None at the moment
Tank Size: 29 gallons

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