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75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 75 gallon acrylic tank

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: i have a 75 gallon acryilc tank. five feet by 18 inches and 16 inches tall.i have a homemade douglas fir log fish stand. i'm running two fulva 404 filters. i have a aqua power head running with no filter just a air line hooked up. assorted rocks, natural gravel bed, fake and real plants.
Advice: all i can say is do your research. do your 10 to 20 percent water changes out every week. try to get a written routine written down so your have a system they can get use to. keep a close eye on your tanks and make sure to watch your fish to make sure they are healthy.
Fish Kept: small tetras, lager tetras, clown betta, drawft puffer, clown loach. guppies, algae eatter, freshwater crawdad, and tons of other fish.
Corals/Plants: swords, fake, and some others, not sure what kind
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: "Live life to the fullest"
About Yourself: i've had all kinds of pets growing up, but fish have always been a passion in my life. i talk about my fish tanks all the time. i just bought a 130gallon glass tank. building a stand for it this month. will post pics soon.

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