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Photo Caption: Aquatica Gallery Wall-Mounted Fish Tank. The solid wood frame and cabinet make the fish tank a very classy decorating furniture in my living room. Notice that medium size plants are used on the either sides of the tank to cover up the submerged heater and filter.
13 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Aquatica Gallery Wall-Mounted Fish Tank. The solid wood frame and cabinet make the fish tank a very classy decorating furniture in my living room. Notice that medium size plants are used on the either sides of the tank to cover up the submerged heater and filter.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: This is a very classy Aquatica Gallery Wall-Mounted Aquarium that is currently mounted on top of fireplace in the living room. The dimension of the tank is 42" L x 7" W x 25" H with approx. 13 gallons of water. The tank is using an underwater filtration system, submerged heater and a built-in air pump. Currently there are 7 colorful guppies, 6 characin tetras, 1 chinese algae eater, and 1 julii cory.
Advice: Aquatica Gallery Wall-Mounted fish tanks are excellent for fresh water tropical fish that are no more than 3" long. Unless you are well experienced with salt water fish it is not recommented with this tank.
Fish Kept: Guppies, Characin, Algae Eater, Cory Catfish, Angel Fish, Swordtail
Corals/Plants: Artificial plants with drift wood in the center of the tank.
Tank Size: 13 gallons
Quote: Keep up or Leave out !

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