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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: Tank interior dimensions are: 6 feet long X 2 Feet wide X 2 Feet tall, Large artificial plants; good hiding spots, also duck weed as a cover plant, Fluval FX5 for filtration, its always a good idea to have a larger then needed filter, FX5 is a very good mechanical and Bio filter. 3 psi air pump for 3 bubble bars, air is only kept on part of the day, Lighting system is a coralife system used mostly in marine setups but its real beneficial in growing the cover plant I have and also helps with fish coloration and health.
Advice: Start small with simple fish. Get to know everything there is to know about your setup to benefit the health of your tank and good form there.
Fish Kept: In my 180 I have a Jardini Arowana, Polypterus Senegalus, 2 archer fish, South American mosaic gar (which is actually not a true gar), a large 14 inch chocolate pleco.
Corals/Plants: Duck Weed
Tank Size: 180 gallons
About Yourself: I can say that I am crazy about fish and I haven't met to many people that share my enthusiasm. I like to know everything there is to know about what I have. I started with a half gallon tank years ago with some small minnows. Then upgraded to a 10 gallon tank which seemed like a big deal now I have a 180 gallon tank that weighs over 2,000 ponds.

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badass tank! prolly hard to clean it with all those plants tho! lol fish avatar

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