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Photo Caption: I have had this tank for1 month now. For the gravel i have crushed coral and plenty of dean ocean rock.
freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - I have had this tank for1 month now. For the gravel i have crushed coral and plenty of dean ocean rock.

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Country: Jamaica
Description: I have had this tank for1 month now. For the gravel i have crushed coral and plenty of dean ocean rock.
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to the person (getwithit) this is not my tank but the fish in the upper right is a Gold Gourami. and this tank is awesome!!! fish avatar
what is that fish in the upper right..never seen it befor fish avatar
Would you please explain exactly what you have used in your tank by its name as i'm very impressed and would like to do this on a larger scale thanks very much. fish avatar
please state the size of this aquarium in us gallons. thank you fish avatar

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