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Submitted By: bobears on
Photo Caption: First pick; better to come.
65 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - First pick; better to come.

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State: Alabama
Country: United States
Description: 36"x18"x24", double strip all glass lighting, LED 36" moonlight strip, Rena xP4 filtration and Penguin 200, whisper 100 pump, Rena 300 watt heater, 60lbs gravel, driftwood, plastic plaants
Advice: No real advice except that your own expierence is the best knowledge. Listen, research, but when it comes down to it, learn from your own mistakes.
Fish Kept: Geophagus, 3 types of Severums, Kribensis, Angelfish, Blood Parrott, Buenos Aries Tetra, Peppered Cory
Corals/Plants: All plastic; except one micro sword that is down to a nubbin thanks to the cichlid family.
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: Get busy livin or get busy dyin.
About Yourself: Inherited a 55 gallon from my deceased boss. I hated fish tanks until then. 5 tanks later and now I can't get off the internet trying to learn. Addictive little boogers.

COMMENTS

nice tank, i like the variety of features. its really nice. bears? woof! fish avatar

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