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65 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 65 gallon tall. thats where my babies live!

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 65 gallon tall, oak trim, custom hand painted stand, marineland magnum 350 canister filter, aqua clear 70 powerhead with aeration and filter attachments, digital thermo
Advice: get ready to spend some cheese!!!! seriously, when your tank is right you will know. kind of like that zen and harmony stuff. that feeling alone is priceless. as far as the fish go, in my opinion get what you like. the fish are like kids, some get along others get kicked out of school.
Fish Kept: 2 demosani (breeding pair) 2 blk calvus juvi 2 frontosa burundi 2 malawi eyebiters (compressiceps) 2 jeweled goby's 1 gold head comp 1 leulipi 1juli ornatus 1lrg inkpen calvus 1 silver datnoid 1common pleco 1 chinese sailfin pleco 1 syndo cat
Corals/Plants: some live, some plastic, wont even pretend to know the names
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: i've got to use my imagination, to change my situation!
About Yourself: nahhhh!

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