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Photo Caption: 55 gallon tank with various non living plants as well as tropical freshwater fish.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 55 gallon tank with various non living plants as well as tropical freshwater fish.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon aquarium with Marineland dual carbon fiber filter with 2 bio wheels and tropical background
Advice: I am novice so I need advice myself
Fish Kept: 2 Red Tailed Sharks 1 Albino Rainbow Shark 1 Sucker Fish 2 Danios
Corals/Plants: Various plastic plants Stone log with attached plants Stone covered bridge Stone Buddah
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: I am a novice fish tank owner. I have always wanted a fish tank and it just so happened that a friend of mine was getting rid of this 55 gallon. Being a student, i find that a fish tank can be very relaxing after a long day of studying. If you have any suggestions of something I can do differently with my tank please let me know.

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I just started a freshwater tank myself. Yours looks beautiful and gave me a few ideas for mine. Thanks! fish avatar

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