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46 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 65 gal, 21 fish, driftwood, white sand, rock caves, fake plants

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 65 gal. tank, aquamarineland 300 bio filter, whisper model 100 air pump, 48 inch bubble wand, drift wood, fake plants, white sand. heater, thermometer, rock caves
Advice: any advice to myself, i just started and lovin every second of light my fish get.
Fish Kept: marble sailfin pleco (1 foot long) x1, red wag platty x4, powder blue gourami x1, blue gourami x1, blue whale catfish x1, clown loach x2, tiger barb x5, and a fiddler crab x1
Corals/Plants: fake plants, real driftwood
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: live fast die fun

COMMENTS

The lighting should be end to end.. from the other side to the other end.. and i think it needs a little more improvment on the side.. but still nice.. :) fish avatar

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