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46 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 46 gallon bow front. Reef sand with rocks from Lake Superior's north shore. Zoo Med T5 HO lighting (1 coral sun actinic, 1 ultra sun 6500k), Rena XP3 canister, and a 200W heater.
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Photo Caption: 46 gallon bow front. Reef sand with rocks from Lake Superior's north shore. Zoo Med T5 HO lighting (1 coral sun actinic, 1 ultra sun 6500k), Rena XP3 canister, and a 200W heater.
46 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 46 gallon bow front. Reef sand with rocks from Lake Superior's north shore. Zoo Med T5 HO lighting (1 coral sun actinic, 1 ultra sun 6500k), Rena XP3 canister, and a 200W heater.

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State: Minnesota
Country: United States
Description: 46 gallon bow front. Reef sand with rocks from Lake Superior's north shore. Zoo Med T5 HO lighting (1 coral sun actinic, 1 ultra sun 6500k), Rena XP3 canister, and a 200W heater.
Advice: When in doubt, change water.
Fish Kept: 8 African Cichlids, various species.
Corals/Plants: None.
Tank Size: 46 gallons

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