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50 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - SURFER'S Rock REEF the picture is blurry and can't make out too much of the detail, most of my fish got stage fright too.
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Photo Caption: SURFER'S Rock REEF the picture is blurry and can't make out too much of the detail, most of my fish got stage fright too.
50 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - SURFER'S Rock REEF the picture is blurry and can't make out too much of the detail, most of my fish got stage fright too.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Assorted African Cichlids, Golden Chinese Algae Eater, bala shark also equipped with a surfer catching a tube in the right side of the tank, 2" Lost Mayhem Surfboard, 60lbs of lava rock, broken down jetski, and Pro Surfer Chris Ward throwing an aerial for my background.
Advice: Craigslist got me this tank, stand, substrate, emperor filter, light hood and python for 80 bucks. I believe that tanks should have personality.
Fish Kept: 8 Assorted African Cichlids, Golden Chinese Algae Eater, bala shark
Corals/Plants: real, plastic greens
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: AV x408x / x619x

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