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Photo Caption: 58 Oceanic Freshwater Assorted fake plants Community tank designed on everybody has a job to do and a special look about them. Nothing too common
58 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 58 Oceanic Freshwater Assorted fake plants Community tank designed on everybody has a job to do and a special look about them. Nothing too common

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State: Missouri
Country: United States
Description: 58 Show Oceanic Coralife Lighting with Moonglow Whisper 600 back filter
Advice: Routine Water cHanges Do not over feed
Fish Kept: Glass cats Clown Loaches Horseface Loaches Assorted Tetras Rainbow Shark Asst Cory Cats
Corals/Plants: All artificial Planted with landscape variances planned out Large piece of driftwood to anchor aquarium design Group same plants together Rock shelves built to landscape gravel base
Tank Size: 58 gallons
Quote: My wife loves fish.. with tartar sauce.
About Yourself: Nothing to tell. Had tanks since 12 years old... and now I am much older. My oldest son got the bug several years ago, and reminded me how much I love it.

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