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44 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 44 gallon corner tank

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Country: Bermuda
Description: Hi, I have a 44 gallon corner tank (my first home made tank). iI have a fluval floor standing filtration unit. the best filter i have ever had by far! As far as my lighting i have a standard 17 watt white light. i keep my temperature at 78 degrees F with a standard heater. the floor of my tank is covered with Bermuda Pink Sand and i have plenty of plastic ornaments to create territories. Although drift wood and rocks are a great asset to any fish tank i currently do not have any but will get some when i acquire a larger tank.
Advice: my advise to new hobbyists would be to decide first and foremost what type of fish you would like to keep. next would be to find out everything there is to know about your selection. last but not least. a clean home is a healthy home. keep it fresh
Corals/Plants: N/A
Tank Size: 44 gallons

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