Photo #2 - This Is My 90 Gallon Open Bottom Fish Tank, Im Us...

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Photo Caption: this is my 90 gallon open bottom fish tank, im using a 35 gallon breeder tank as the base and a 55 gallon tall as the top tank. the 55 gallon is suspended just under the 35 gallon's water level so the suspended water doesn't drop. this illusion is also good for the top, middle, and bottom dwelling fish to keep their natural pressure. im currently housing 3 african chichlids, 1 cobra gourmis, 1 red oscar, 3 convict chichlids, 1 redfin shark, 1 bluegill, 5 round goby's , 1 pleco, 1 baby map turtle who stays inside the top tank on a basking spot i put up there. theres sword plants spread amongts the rocks and serventrums i think their called. please leave a comment and tell me what you think.
90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - this is my 90 gallon openbottom fish tank's finished result. the maintenance is quite easy with the magnet scrubber and the only issue is moving and adjusting things in the top tank. I have just added more fish to the tank since it what extremely understocked. i currently have 2 south american chichlids, 1 gourmi, 4 convict chichlids, 1 jewel fish, 5 round goby fish, 1 window pane flounder, 2 plecos, 1 rainbow shark, 2 silver dollars. amongst the rocks i have 2 radican sword plant, 5 sword plants, 3 mangroves.
90 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - this is my 90 gallon open bottom fish tank, im using a 35 gallon breeder tank as the base and a 55 gallon tall as the top tank. the 55 gallon is suspended just under the 35 gallon's water level so the suspended water doesn't drop. this illusion is also good for the top, middle, and bottom dwelling fish to keep their natural pressure. im currently housing 3 african chichlids, 1 cobra gourmis, 1 red oscar, 3 convict chichlids, 1 redfin shark, 1 bluegill, 5 round goby's , 1 pleco, 1 baby map turtle who stays inside the top tank on a basking spot i put up there. theres sword plants spread amongts the rocks and serventrums i think their called. please leave a comment and tell me what you think.

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State: Delaware
Country: United States
Description: one 90 gallon open bottom fish tank with all live plants spread around the tank.
Advice: stick to it.
Fish Kept: just about everything
Corals/Plants: dead coral and plants
Tank Size: 90 gallons

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