Photo #2 - Stingray In Lower Right. Picture Quality Terrible...

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Photo Caption: stingray in lower right. picture quality terrible. eels are hiding under wood. 90 gallon fresh water.
saltwater fish - potamotrygon motoro - motoro stingray stocking in 90 gallons tank - my motoro stingray, stinger.
90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - stingray in lower right. picture quality terrible. eels are hiding under wood. 90 gallon fresh water.

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: Fluval 1000 Canister filter. Bubbler. air stone of coarse. 2 heater.
Advice: When starting any new fishtank, patience (spelled wroong) is key. Keep one thing in mind: your starting a whole ecosysytem, in a box. be cautious. no sudden drops of temp. or ph. dont use chemicals. just dont. never buy right away., always do research.
Fish Kept: Motoro stingray. 2 red belly pacu. Senegal bichir. Fire weel. Gymnorthorax tile. Hujeta( freshwater Barrucuda.)
Corals/Plants: Amazon swords.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
About Yourself: My dad had a 50 gallon fish tank in which he handed down to me. i kept it so well that he thought i was ready to get freshwater stingrays and exotic fish like that. so i did, and got a 90 gallon. now i teach all my family and friends about he wonderful life of an aquarist.

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