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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 36x12x16, black iron stand, marine eclipse filter for 55 gallon, air stone, regular flourescent light
Advice: Always get a filter with a higher gph it keeps water conditons at its best. Don't get too excited the fewer fish in your tank the better. Always try to create an environment that emulates the one they inhabit in the wild, it brings out your fish's true colors. Please do research before purchasing. Last but not least care for your fish according to nature's standards not yours and your fish keeping experience will be enjoyable and worthwhile. Who said fish are boring pets!.
Fish Kept: 4 juvenile jack dempseys. All 1 inch long.
Corals/Plants: Black spectra stone, real driftwood, fake plants
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: "Don't judge animals by human standards"
About Yourself: I'm originally from the Caribbean and wildlife was all around me when I was a child. I love the ocean and its inhabitants so I will always have fish no matter what.

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