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Photo Caption: Almost finished with my first attempt at all this. It really turned out better than I'd hoped.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Almost finished with my first attempt at all this. It really turned out better than I'd hoped.

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 55G Standard Tank Atrificial Plants Artificial Caves Standard Aquarium Gravel Rena Cal 300W Heater Reverse Undergravel Filter w/Penguin 1140 Powerhead Bio-Wheel 300 Filter
Advice: RESEARCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Fish Kept: 1 Blue Lobster 1 Albino Bichir 1 Gold Gourami 1 Flame Gourami 1 Featherfin Cat 3 Clown Loaches 1 Marble Angelfish 1 Gold Snail
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: LFS: Betta aren't happy in that little cube? Customer: /sigh

COMMENTS

very nice! watch your lobster he will eat anything he can catch - baby fish included. fish avatar
Nice try for a 1st timer. awesome tank. fish avatar

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