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State: Minnesota
Country: United States
Description: Standard 55 gallon tank:48x21x12; 2 bio wheel filters; Fluorescent day laps and a blue LED spot light for night; And a bubble wall in back for that retro 80's look!
Advice: Start with something easy then once you got the hang of it work your way up to more exotic fish. Don’t start with a 10 gallon unless you have to. Spend the more and invest in a bigger tank that will last longer. So then when you do understand how to run an aquarium you can get that cool exotic fish you saw in the pet shop. P.S. Cleaning them sucks after while, but in the end you will have a much healthier tank
Fish Kept: 6 African Cichlids, 1 Pleco +12"
Corals/Plants: All plastic... it's an aquarium not a garden
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Its time to kick ass and chew bubble gum but im all out of gum
About Yourself: To start I'm a fisherman. One day in college I thought, "Hey it would be cool to watch these guys in a tank!" But, if you know anything about walleye, they are not that pretty and prefer colder waters. So I got a tank and got some fishes that were more suited for aquarium life. To this day it has yet to stop entertaining me!

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