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Photo Caption: 90 gal freshwater tank with Blood Parrots, loaches, guppies and cories
90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 90 gal freshwater tank with Blood Parrots, loaches, guppies and cories

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State: West Virginia
Country: United States
Description: 90 gal tropical freshwater, 2 - 48" grow lights, 2 large filters and 1 Hot Magnum filter, planted with java fern and water sprite with hiding spots made from flower pots, fish include 3 Blood Parrot, 1 Yoyo loach, 1 Chainlink loach, 1 Khulie loach, 3 Cories and several guppies.
Advice: Research fish needs before buying anything to avoid loosing fish, wasting money and aggravation. Also, keep battery operated air pumps in case the electricity goes out.
Fish Kept: Blood Parrot, Yoyo Loach, Kuhli Loach, Guppy, Emerald Green Cory Cat, Panda Cory Cat, Bronze Cory
Corals/Plants: Java fern, water sprite
Tank Size: 90 gallons
About Yourself: My parents kept a hexagonal angel fish tank when I was a child. Since then I've enjoyed fish tanks. I've been keeping freshwater fish tanks for many years now as a hobby.

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