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90 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This amazon river inspired fish tank is a diverse ecosystem with predators from all around the world. I wish i could give you the technical names but I do not know half of them. The Alpha in the tank is Oscar. He must hunt fast though multiple sharks circle underneath waiting for their chance to pounce. Any fish who dare swim near the river floor must be aware of the many eels, rope fish and ghost knifes waiting to attack. And be on the look out for the twin Dragons. Always looking for prey to thrash to pieces. With both natural and artificial plant life this habitat is a thriving ecosystem that you don't want to miss!
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Photo Caption: This amazon river inspired fish tank is a diverse ecosystem with predators from all around the world. I wish i could give you the technical names but I do not know half of them. The Alpha in the tank is Oscar. He must hunt fast though multiple sharks circle underneath waiting for their chance to pounce. Any fish who dare swim near the river floor must be aware of the many eels, rope fish and ghost knifes waiting to attack. And be on the look out for the twin Dragons. Always looking for prey to thrash to pieces. With both natural and artificial plant life this habitat is a thriving ecosystem that you don't want to miss!
90 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This amazon river inspired fish tank is a diverse ecosystem with predators from all around the world. I wish i could give you the technical names but I do not know half of them. The Alpha in the tank is Oscar. He must hunt fast though multiple sharks circle underneath waiting for their chance to pounce. Any fish who dare swim near the river floor must be aware of the many eels, rope fish and ghost knifes waiting to attack. And be on the look out for the twin Dragons. Always looking for prey to thrash to pieces. With both natural and artificial plant life this habitat is a thriving ecosystem that you don't want to miss!

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Country: Canada
Description: This amazon river inspired fish tank is a diverse ecosystem with predators from all around the world. I wish i could give you the technical names but I do not know half of them. The Alpha in the tank is Oscar. He must hunt fast though multiple sharks circle underneath waiting for their chance to pounce. Any fish who dare swim near the river floor must be aware of the many eels, rope fish and ghost knifes waiting to attack. And be on the look out for the twin Dragons Always looking new prey to thrash to pieces. With both natural and artificial plant life this habitat is a thriving ecosystem where you won't want to blink for a second.
Advice: Be like Water my friend
Fish Kept: Black Ghost Knifefish, Black Ghost Knifefish, Rope Fish, Rope Fish, Rope Fish, Tire Track Eel, Fire Eel, Tiger Oscar, Columbian Shark, Bala Shark, Redtail Shark, Common Pleco , Tinfoil Red Tail Barb, Tinfoil Red Tail Barb, Tinfoil Red Tail Barb, Suckermouth Catfish
Corals/Plants: Live plants for Burns bog British Columbia, national geographic artificial plants
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: Right on
About Yourself: Martial Artist - industrial Electrician - fish tank enthusiast

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