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90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Another shot.

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: Well, I have 3 tanks...a 90 gallon, a 55 gallon, and a 30 gallon Hexagon. My 90 is my favorite, and its made to look more like what the bottom of a sand lake looks like. I use two EMporor 400 filters, for perfect filtration. I also use only bottled water from Poland SPring in all 3 of my tanks. I get 7 5-Gallon bottles delivered every month due to evaporation. Many people ask if the Poland Spring is nessasary? Well, in 12 months, I have never had to clean or empty or change any water in any tank.
Advice: If you are in NY like me, dont use tap water. And, always use clams and snails to help keep your water crystal clear. They filter alot of teh bad stuff in the water. ALso keep a hearty number of Cory Cats for the bottom, as well as Cat FIsh, ALge Eaters, and Plecos.
Fish Kept: 90 Gallon - 6 Painted Parrots 1 Bright Yellow African Ciclid 8 Cory Cats 6 Underwater Frogs 1 Blue Lobster 1 Green Terror 1 Freshwater Eel 1 Upside Black Catfish 1 Blue Electric Ciclid 1 Texas Ciclid 1 Red Robbin 1 Transparent Cat Fish 2 algea Eaters 55 Gallon 1 Blue Discuss 1 Gray Shark 1 Spotted Catfish 1 Pleco 1 Rainbow Fish 2 Hatchet Fish 1 Sucker Fish 1 Tetra 30 Gallon Hex (RIkers Island) 1 Nasty/Mean/Huge Upside Down CatFish 3 Nasty/Mean African Ciclids 1 5-inch Crayfish
Corals/Plants: In each tank I have about 20 or so Freshwater clams, and between 7-12 trapdoor snails.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: I want a fish tank I can throw someone in.
About Yourself: I am new at this. Its been a little over a year since I bought my 55 Gallon, and I can say I am addicted!! I have learned alot the hard way, and lost alot of money but in the end, when you figure out the sytem, its well worth it! Everyday I learn more.

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