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90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 90 gallon

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: 90 Gallon tank (4'x2'x1.5') with Tiger Oscar, Jack Dempsey, Managuenese Cichlid, 2 Banded Leporinus, Huge Pleco, Redtail tinfoil barb, Lima Shovelnose Catfish, featherfin catfish, 2 marble angelfish, Humpback puffer, bluegill, albino algae eater. 10 Gallon tank: baby silver Arowana, Spotted african leaf fish, Blue kenyi cichlid, peacock eel, ghost glass catfish, algae eater, tiger lobster, assassin snails
Advice: find good deals on amazon and craigslist. got my 90 gallon tank and light brand new for $100.
Fish Kept: 90 Gallon tank (4'x2'x1.5') with Tiger Oscar, Jack Dempsey, Managuenese Cichlid, 2 Banded Leporinus, Huge Pleco, Redtail tinfoil barb, Lima Shovelnose Catfish, featherfin catfish, 2 marble angelfish, Humpback puffer, bluegill, albino algae eater. 10 Gallon tank: baby silver Arowana, Spotted african leaf fish, Blue kenyi cichlid, peacock eel, ghost glass catfish, algae eater, tiger lobster, assassin snails
Corals/Plants: fake
Tank Size: 90 gallons

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