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Photo Caption: My 55 gallon comunity tank. Includes, Severums, Parrot Cichlids, Angels, Multiple types of catfish, Loaches, Tetra's, teacup stingray and so much more
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My 55 gallon comunity tank. Includes, Severums, Parrot Cichlids, Angels, Multiple types of catfish, Loaches, Tetra's, teacup stingray and so much more

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Country: Canada
Description: Comunity tank, With cichlids, tetra's, angels, loaches, plants and a teacup ray, etc. I have a Cascade 1500 Power Filter with an Aquaclear 150 and a Penguin Biowheel.
Advice: Start with a minimum of a 30gal tank.
Fish Kept: Stingray, Cichlids, Most comunity tank fish.
Corals/Plants: To much to name.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: You can never run out of things to buy.

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i love having a half and half tank (sand & gravel ) but i dont exactly like the contrast you have with the more natural gravel to pure white sand fish avatar

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