Photo #1 - My 55g Tank For The Time Being

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Photo Caption: my 55g tank for the time being
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my 55g tank for the time being

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State: Oklahoma
Country: United States
Description: going to be adding some soon
Advice: fish, dragons, skulls, knifes, swords, and chinese design
Fish Kept: N/A
Corals/Plants: N/A
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: life is short so live it whil you can
About Yourself: i have always wanted at least a 55g tank (i got it), ot took me almost 21 years but i got it im going to start out with a fresh waster tank but i would like to work up to a saltwater tank my aunt Ann that lives in FL had a 200g saltwater tank (AWSOM), i know theres a lot of money put into them.... (my aunt lost hers with almost $1,400 of fish and coral put into it)

COMMENTS

your pastels are fine!! Use whatever decorations you like! =D You may need a bigger filter or different media. Try polyfilter, it is cheap and works wonders. you can even buy a water polishing product. looks really cool actually , like a little fishy fantasy land! i like it fish avatar
too much pastels and the water needs totally to be changed and probably scrub the glass too... geesh fish avatar

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