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Submitted By: HEITH EDLINGER on
Photo Caption: 110 GALLON TANK
110 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 110 GALLON TANK

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: TANK IS 18" WIDE, 4' LONG, AND 31" HIGH! I HAVE 2 EMPEROR 400 FILTERS ON IT! NATURAL RIVER ROCK FOR GRAVEL! LIGHTING IS STILL STANDARD BUT AM GOING TO BE CHANGING THE LIGHT BULBS TO BETTER ONES VERY SOON!
Advice: WEEKLY WATER CHANGES OF AT LEAST 20%, FILTRATION, FILTRATION, AND MORE FILTRATION!!! CAN NEVER HAVE ENOUGH.......
Fish Kept: AFRICAN CICHLID'S
Corals/Plants: RIVER ROCK FOR GRAVEL. BUILT A COUPLE OF CAVES WITH NATURAL ROCK. NOT A REAL BIG FAN OF ALOT OF PLANTS IN MY AQUARIUMS
Tank Size: 110 gallons
Quote: ANYTHING WORTH DOIN IS WORTH DOING RIGHT!!!!
About Yourself: HAD FISH TANKS FOR THE LAST 10 TO 15 YEARS. JUST A GOOD HOBBY TO GET INTO. HAD FISH TANKS FROM OF ALL SIZES, FROM 10 GALLONS TO 110 GALLONS! 4 YEARS AGO BOUGHT MY BIG TANK (110) AND HAVE LOVED IT EVER SINCE. ITS ALOT OF MONEY AND TIME BUT IN THE LONG RUN IT IS WORTH IT

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