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Photo Caption: Marineland 37 gallon tank with stand powered by a Penguin 200 Bio-Wheel power filter. The water is heated by a 150 watt Visi-Therm submersible heater. Tank is new and is currently undergoing the initial cycle stage.
37 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Marineland 37 gallon tank with stand powered by a Penguin 200 Bio-Wheel power filter. The water is heated by a 150 watt Visi-Therm submersible heater. Tank is new and is currently undergoing the initial cycle stage.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Marineland 37 gallon tank with stand powered by a Penguin 200 Bio-Wheel power filter. The water is heated by a 150 watt Visi-Therm submersible heater.
Advice: I'm still learning!
Fish Kept: 5 Zebra Danio, 4 Red Wagtail Platies, 2 New Guinea Rainbows, 1 Black Fin Shark, 1 Neon Blue Dwarf Gourami, 1 Bamboo Shrimp, 1 Spotted Pleco
Corals/Plants: All artificial!
Tank Size: 37 gallons
Quote: If you're not living life on the edge, you're taking up too much space!

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