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60 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is one out of three of my fish tanks. This tank is home to a kuhli loach, african dwarf frog, chinese golden algae eater, iridescent shark, bronze cory cat, mystery snail, trumpet snails, Polka Dot Pictus, iridescent shark, and 3 sunburst. 60 gallon fish tank.
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Submitted By: Krystle Sookma on
Photo Caption: This is one out of three of my fish tanks. This tank is home to a kuhli loach, african dwarf frog, chinese golden algae eater, iridescent shark, bronze cory cat, mystery snail, trumpet snails, Polka Dot Pictus, iridescent shark, and 3 sunburst. 60 gallon fish tank.
60 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is one out of three of my fish tanks. This tank is home to a kuhli loach, african dwarf frog, chinese golden algae eater, iridescent shark, bronze cory cat, mystery snail, trumpet snails, Polka Dot Pictus, iridescent shark, and 3 sunburst. 60 gallon fish tank.

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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: 3 freshwater fish tanks
Advice: NA
Corals/Plants: NA
Tank Size: 60 gallons

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