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Photo Caption: 205 gal. 28" wide, 24" tall, 83" long. Acrylic freshwater aquarium with 25 gal. sump. Lighting used is Compact Fluorescent. Tank was custom made. Contains rift lake cichlids, pictus cats, bala shark, blue lobster and a tiger oscar as of now.
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205 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 205 gal. 28" wide, 24" tall, 83" long. Acrylic freshwater aquarium with 25 gal. sump. Lighting used is Compact Fluorescent. Tank was custom made. Contains rift lake cichlids, pictus cats, bala shark, blue lobster and a tiger oscar as of now.

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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: 28" wide, 24" tall, 83" long. Acrylic freshwater aquarium with 25 gal. sump. Lighting used is Compact Fluorescent. Tank was custom made.
Advice: Research!
Fish Kept: Contains rift lake cichlids, pictus cats, bala shark, blue lobster and a tiger oscar as of now.
Corals/Plants: Fake.
Tank Size: 205 gallons

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great tank.. is it hard to maintain? fish avatar

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