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125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - none

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: 2 EHEIM Classic Filters OPTIMA Air Pump with 4 stones 2 heaters with gaurds Four 30" twin tube fluorescent lights 6 glass hoods
Advice: Keep your tank away from windows, try to keep the lights off most of the time and your tank will stay cleaner. When you buy a fish tank don' t be in a rush to buy fish rite away, give it time to cycle. Test your water or have the fish store test it before you buy fish. That could save you alot of money.......
Fish Kept: 15 redeye tetras 27 neon tetras 8 angle fish 4 bottom feeders(sharks) If you have a big tank you should get fish that school.
Corals/Plants: Silk plants, they look real and keep your fish tank cleaner. Black gravel, real drift wood form Lake Michigan(boil your wood before you put it in your tank) it cheaper than buying fake. Real rocks fish like to hide....
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: Fish won't get big overnight

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