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350 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 350 gallon acrylic

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 350 gallon acrylic aquarium, the stand is custom built by myself specifically for this tank. the lighting is made up of 2 six bulb t-5 light fixtures that are separated into 8 bulbs for daylight and 4 bulbs for night light each set on its own timer. filtering is done with a magnum 350, a barrel pond filter system and a uv sterilizer.
Advice: stick with it, once you figure out all little things its quite easy.
Fish Kept: 58 fish total; 5 kinds of tetra, 5 types of gourami, angel fish,rainbow and bala shark, australian and boesmani rainbows, a breeding pair of albino bristlenose plecos, one 18 inch leopard pleco hidden behind the center rock set in the pic and much more
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Tank Size: 350 gallons
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