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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: 48X18X18 All-Glass Aquarium, Marineland Penguin Power Filter 350 BIO-wheel, Dual Lighting Coralife 50/50 40watt and Aqua-Glo 18,000k 40watt, Heater (Brand Unknown), 45lbs White Spectra Stone
Advice: New tanks, specially the larger sizes take time and leave more room for error. Go to your local fish store and ask questions before you buy, I recommend a local "Mom and Pop" store, not a big chain store that rotate staff faster then the stock in their tanks. Get advise from the "professionals" and follow it. Most of all, have patience, patience, patience, patience, patience, and more patience.
Fish Kept: 2 Neon Blue Dwarf Gouramis, 3 Pink Glo-Fish, 1 Bala Shark, 1 Blood Red Parrot, 1 Plecostomus (aka. Plecosaurusrex), 1 Swartz's Corydoras Cat, 1 Pictus Cat, 2 Bamboo Shrimp, 1 Marble Angel Fish and 1 Silver Veil Angel Fish.
Corals/Plants: Various types of resin ornaments and rocks
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: Finding Nemo: Bruce the Shark, "Fish are friends...not food"

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Real nice I like the wood work. Have you ever put in there any more rocks? fish avatar

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