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Photo Caption: 55gal blue background, gravel and rocks (limerock, riverstones, and some flat rocks) jack dempseys, pike, red parrot, firemouth, and a red tailed shark, and pleco
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 55gal blue background, gravel and rocks (limerock, riverstones, and some flat rocks) jack dempseys, pike, red parrot, firemouth, and a red tailed shark, and pleco

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 55 gal, limerock, river stones and rocks that were extra in my mom's pond, gravel bottom
Advice: i would give advice, but at the time i am a new hobbyist therfore i have none to give, but i am excepting any from experienced people.
Fish Kept: Pike, Jack Dempseys, Blood parrot, Firemouth, pleco, Red tail shark
Corals/Plants: fake plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: My beef strong
About Yourself: paramedic firefighter, i love watching fish, figure i'd get my own to observe, especially after a great head change

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