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48 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 72 Bow front community tank.

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Advice: Take it slow, no one got there overnight. Next time you get laughed at for an oops, remember chances are we've allready done it, and got the same results.
Fish Kept:
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 48 gallons
Quote: To be old and wise, you must first be young and dumb!
About Yourself: I'm a service rep for a large MROP distributor (basically a industrial supplier) here in Ohio. I'm 24 and enjoy my fish as one of my hobbies. I started with small tanks when I was just a child with my father helping. He was very big into fancy tailed guppies at the time. The hobby died out for me until recently I bought my first house and once again have a place to keep a tank. I enjoy smaller aquariums (under 70 gallons) that are well set up to larger in your face just because I can tanks. I really like my tank because I believe it is part of the room, and a very nice focal point when hanging out with friends.

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this is beautiful! fish avatar

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