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Photo Caption: 55gl. side view of tank, me and my girl just got it . its a work in progress. we thank every one who rates us. thanks
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 55gl. side view of tank, me and my girl just got it . its a work in progress. we thank every one who rates us. thanks

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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: 48"x12"x20, TopFin 60gl. water filter. TopFin 60gl duel air pump, circle under gravel air rock, Mardel Ph and Ammonia automatic monitor, TopFin water heater. Duel tank lights with 96W 2ft 4 lamp High Output T5 bulbs. extended water filter nozzle.
Advice: Do your research on both the tank and fish you are going to purchase before you decide for the perfect tank for you. Try to get both top, bottom, and mid level fish so your tank is not over crowded but swim space is adequately filled.
Fish Kept: Bala sharks, red tail molly, sunbursts, red sunset, dalmatian platy, neons, fantail beta, ryukin, and an all red oranda. and a few assorted comets.
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: there are plenty of fish in the ocean , but few in the tank.-Marko R
About Yourself: We always loved fish so we enjoy having them .

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