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75 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish)

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 75G Freshwater Tropical Acrylic tank by Glass Cages with 2 Eheim Filters, 1 heater, plant substrate with light gravel on top. Using liquid CO2 until we get the real thing.
Advice: Don't compromise...start out with the right equipment and tank for you. Buy new everything, don't inherit someone else's tank and set up. We learned that lesson the hard way.
Fish Kept: Fish: 8 orange Swordtails (and various babies) 12 Neon Tetras 12 Rasboras 6 Rainbow Fish 4 Algae Eaters 7 Corey Cats (3 albino) 6 Cherry Shrimp 4 White Clouds Various Snails (trying to keep them under control)
Corals/Plants: Plants: Baby Tears Pennyworts Sprites grasses
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: We live in the middle of Manhattan on the 10th floor of an older apartment building.

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