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Photo Caption: 110 gallon fish tank with a 1ft long pacu a 7 inch severum a 8 inch shortnosed gar. anda 7 inch irrodesent shark and 5 inch bala shark
110 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 110 gallon fish tank with a 1ft long pacu a 7 inch severum a 8 inch shortnosed gar. anda 7 inch irrodesent shark and 5 inch bala shark

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State: South Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 110 gallon prefecto glass. whisper filter and a fluval 404 canister filter. fake rock and plants. around 1ft high drift wood
Advice: once you get into it you can't stop.
Fish Kept: 1 pacu,1 shortnosed gar,1 green severum,1 irrodesent shark,1algae eater, 1 bala shark,
Corals/Plants: n/a
Tank Size: 110 gallons
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