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Photo Caption: A ten gallon tank ( starter kit ) mostly dominated mollies except for one shark the Lila and one other fish the Pictus Cat Fish.
150 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - A ten gallon tank ( starter kit ) mostly dominated mollies except for one shark the Lila and one other fish the Pictus Cat Fish.

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State: Minnesota
Country: United States
Description: I have a 150 gallon tank with not very many fish but i have a lot of plants/coral plants. I started out with a starter kit but my fish were to big for it so I deceided to buy a 150 gallon tank.
Advice: Dont use too much cristel clear or it could get youe fish tank cloudier than its suppose to be when you put in cristel clear and, can poisen your fish to if you put to much in just try to remember my helpful hints because i dont want your fish to end up like mine dead ( Crying ).
Fish Kept: 7 Mollies 1 Lila Shark 1 Pictus Cat Fish
Tank Size: 150 gallons
Quote: boo-ya

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