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Photo Caption: United Nations Tank. This tank has at least one aquatic animal from every continent except Europe.
65 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - United Nations Tank. This tank has at least one aquatic animal from every continent except Europe.
65 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 4.5 gallon Zen temple theme. Houses one Betta and one Oto.

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: UN Tank: 65 gallons, dimensions are 36"x18"x24". Lighting was custom made by the tanks original owner (I bought it on craigslist) and is composed of two 36 watt florescent bulbs.The main filter is a Marineland Magnum 350 canister filter and the secondary filter is an Aqueon Quietflow filter size 10. Heater is Marineland shatterproof 250 watt. Betta Tank: 4.5 gallons, measurements are approximately 14"x 7" X 9". Lighting is a converted desk lamp that uses a 15 watt florescent. Filter is a Penn Plax 5 gallon mini-filter. A Tetra 50 watt heater keeps the Betta and Oto warm and happy.
Advice: Always research, always cycle.
Fish Kept: UN tank: 6 Neon Tetras, 6 Gold Danios 2 Kribensis, 1 Marci Rainbow, 1 Bosemani Rainbow, 1 Angelfish, 1 Clown Pleco, 2 Mystery Snails. Betta Tank: 1 Betta, 1 Otocinclus.
Corals/Plants: UN tank: Anubias, Java Fern and Water Onion. Betta Tank: Java Fern and Water Onion.
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: Everybody knows somebody that knows somebody that knows something about it.
About Yourself: A few years ago I studied abroad in Australia for a semester. One of the best experiences I had there was snorkeling on the Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia. I guess I bought the tank so I could have a little slice of that fantastic memory in my life every day.

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