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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Power Glow Lighting, Penquin Bio Wheel Filters, no heater needed. im in Florida who needs more heat...lol
Advice: Haveing a fish aquarium is a awesome way to show your inner artist. Show your fish love just like any other pet, you get love back. Never take out all of your water. Only do up to 30% water changes. Over Filter the Tank with more then is asked per gal. Also Fish need to sleep, turn off the lights at night. Go slow have fun.
Fish Kept: Cichlids,labyrinths "Gouramis"
Corals/Plants: All Artificial plants. Large & small rocks. Drift wood.
Quote: Fish?.....ÇïçhÏìÐs RULE.
About Yourself: Have had fish for over 15 years. And still love them. Would love to have a fish store someday.

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I gave this Tank to a really good friend of mine. I miss this old 55 i had it for many years. fish avatar
lor1-thanks you! There are 2-20 watt power glow light strips. plant and blue water looking background. and as to the description its a 55 gal. fish avatar
Nice job with this tank. I have a few questions though, what watt bulb are using? Do you have a background? If so, what color? What size is your tank? fish avatar
very nice tank, fish avatar
Thank you. It took me forever to get it the way i liked it...Almost 3 years. fish avatar
Looks real good. how long did it took you to have it set up like this ? fish avatar

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