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Photo Caption: 70 gallon Discus Tank , Iron stand, Aquaclear 300 and Fluval 40. Ebojager 200 watt heater with a standard flourscent light fixture. Whisper air pump and bubble wall complete the ensemble.
70 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 70 gallon Discus Tank , Iron stand, Aquaclear 300 and Fluval 40. Ebojager 200 watt heater with a standard flourscent light fixture. Whisper air pump and bubble wall complete the ensemble.

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Country: Canada
Description: Discus Tank 70 Gallon, Iron stand, Aquaclear 300 and Fluval 40. Ebojager 200 watt heater with a standard flourscent light fixture. Whisper air pump and bubble wall complete the ensemble.
Advice: Get the biggest tank you can afford. Research your possible new pets to avoid simple mistakes and watch your fish endlessly
Fish Kept: 3 Gold Discus, 4 Rainbows, 4 Red Eye Tetras, 1 Upsidedown Catfish, 1 Lemon Tetra and 4 White Tip Tetras and one flame gourami
Corals/Plants: none all plastic.
Tank Size: 70 gallons
Quote: With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

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