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Photo Caption: This is my 55gal Freshwater tank I just recently set up. Its a huge work in progress. It has 3 live plants, but I plan on adding many more. The huge piece of drift wood is the newest addition. I have let it set under water for a while and it will not sink, so I anchored it down for now. Looks bad, but works. This tank houses 2 south american flowerhorn cichlids.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my 55gal Freshwater tank I just recently set up. Its a huge work in progress. It has 3 live plants, but I plan on adding many more. The huge piece of drift wood is the newest addition. I have let it set under water for a while and it will not sink, so I anchored it down for now. Looks bad, but works. This tank houses 2 south american flowerhorn cichlids.

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State: Kansas
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon freshwater tank
Advice: I am new myself, but if I had to give advice I would say to research the fish you want before you buy. And don't expect drift wood to ever sink, It wont sink for me.
Fish Kept: 2 south american Flowerhorn Cichlids
Corals/Plants: 3 live plants, and various river/lake rocks. And one huge piece of drift wood which is actually too large.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Keep your wheels spinnin' and the beavers grinnin'

COMMENTS

That Wood is crazy Cool! Awesome! fish avatar
Man that's a big piece of driftwood! fish avatar

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