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20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 20 Gallon tank with artificial plants and driftwood. 1 redtail shark, 2 tiger barbs, 1 albino tiger barb, 3 green tiger barbs, and 2 Gold Gouramis. Shown with daylights and moonlights on.
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Photo Caption: 20 Gallon tank with artificial plants and driftwood. 1 redtail shark, 2 tiger barbs, 1 albino tiger barb, 3 green tiger barbs, and 2 Gold Gouramis. Shown with daylights and moonlights on.
20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 20 Gallon tank with artificial plants and driftwood. 1 redtail shark, 2 tiger barbs, 1 albino tiger barb, 3 green tiger barbs, and 2 Gold Gouramis. Shown with daylights and moonlights on.

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: Top Fin 20 gallon tank with fake plants,river rocks and driftwood. Daylights and moonlights.
Tank Size: 20 gallons

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Love the night look. its like a deep lake at night. Awesome! fish avatar
Hey bro im new to this site but howd you do the moon lights? thats awesome. fish avatar

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