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Photo Caption: This is a three year old pic of my tank. I figured I'd throw it up here and see what you all think.... It's different now but... The angels used to breed all the time...
125 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is a three year old pic of my tank. I figured I'd throw it up here and see what you all think.... It's different now but... The angels used to breed all the time...

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State: Kentucky
Country: United States
Description: This is my 125 planted tank from a few summers ago. I have a ton of videos but this is a still shot.
Advice: GO SLOW. Take your time to get a feel for your tank. Don't go nuts and load it, you'll shock the system. I keep tons of plants in my tanks, they filter, they shelter and they look good. You can't beat live tanks.
Fish Kept: I keep rainbows mostly, I have a 90 gallon with 45 neons and some cories
Corals/Plants: Swords, java moss, crypts, val, sag.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: One can find their best friend or worst enemy by looking in the mirror
About Yourself: I like to snowboard and be a dad to my 13 month old daughter. Obviously I like my fishtanks as well...

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