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Photo Caption: This is my 50 gallon tank as u can tell its not the most beautiful one yet but it's coming along
75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my 50 gallon tank as u can tell its not the most beautiful one yet but it's coming along

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State: Louisiana
Country: United States
Description: I have a 50 gallon tank, I also have 2 other tanks. My main tank is stocked with real and fake plates for now, I'm slowly adding new things each week. I don't want to completely shock my fish. It's coming along very very nice. PVC pipe is cheap and it's a good little hiding spot.
Advice: I'm some-what new, to this little hobby. But I found that the best info you can learn is from yourself. Trying new things and pushing limits with what you can and can't do. Do not always follow what your local pet store says they often now the big things not the specifics.
Corals/Plants: Rocks, and some seaweed things
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: 23 from New Orleans starting of a little fish set up have some cool and interesting little guys

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