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planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my first heavily planted tank...needs a trim. Sorry about the low res, 75G is too blasted wide for close detail. Yes, there are fish (grin), but blurred with movement. For more pics, stop by my website.
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Photo Caption: This is my first heavily planted tank...needs a trim. Sorry about the low res, 75G is too blasted wide for close detail. Yes, there are fish (grin), but blurred with movement. For more pics, stop by my website.
planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my first heavily planted tank...needs a trim. Sorry about the low res, 75G is too blasted wide for close detail. Yes, there are fish (grin), but blurred with movement. For more pics, stop by my website.

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Description: This is my first heavily planted tank...needs a trim. Sorry about the low res, 75G is too blasted wide for close detail. Yes, there are fish (grin), but blurred with movement. For more pics, stop by my website.

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