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90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 90 gallon

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 90 gallon tank, 1 aqua tech filters, slate rock, plastic plants. As you would see there are 2 wine glasses with a chess set.
Advice: Have fun with your hobby, dont take it too serious, they are just fish ( not children). In this hobby you are gonna win some and lose some ( sounds like "life" huh)..your 2 best friends will be "trial and error"
Fish Kept: 2 Pearl Gouramis, 2 Kissing Gouramis, 2 Silver dollar, 2 Red Tail sharks, 1 Catfish, 1 Africian brownknife, and 1 Africian soptted leaf and 2 Angels. I will post the pics of the fish real soon
Corals/Plants: 2 fake and 2 live
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: To get something you never had, you may have to do something you never did
About Yourself: Retired military, i always wanted a aquarium, but i was always moving, so now that i am retired, i decided to get into it,,and its addictive. Its so addicitive that i have a fish tank in the dining room (55 Gal Cichilids)

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