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Photo Caption: My Pride and Joy 75 Gallon, Cant get a good pictuer without reflection.
75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My Pride and Joy 75 Gallon, Cant get a good pictuer without reflection.

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Country: Canada
Description: 75 Gallon tank with a Fluval 404 Canister filter Standard Florescent bulb dimmed with multiple dark plastic layers to dim light for sensitive fish
Advice: Research your fish!!!!! I hate seeing people putting Clown Loaches/Silver dollars and other fish that need space in a cramped 10 Gallon.......
Fish Kept: 3 Clown Loaches 3 Silver Dollars 2 Clown Plecos 1 Common Pleco 2 Cherry Barbs 1 Harliquin Rasbora (Last Remainging of 4) 1 Blackskirt Tetra (Rescued from Friend) 1 Columbian Tetra (Last Remaining of 3) 1 Cobra Guppy (Taking from 10 gallon, Males are selected from our bred stock for display)
Corals/Plants: all fake Plants and Real driftwood
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: Only if its Kyle
About Yourself: 22 Have had a tank since I could afford it, Love aquariums.

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