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State: West Virginia
Country: United States
Description: 135 gal Oceanic ,Malawi mixed.Filters:2 HOB,3 Rena canisters Xp3,4 &5. Lighting:2 AQUA-GLO Fluorescent Bulbs. Heating:EHEIM Jager Aquarium Heater. Substrate:Pool Sand pH:8.3
Advice: Never quit,Don't put your hand in the water no more then once a week.
Fish Kept: 1 peacock 1 M. Msobo changing male 1 Albino Auratus 2 Orange Zebra 1 Kenyi 1.OB more soon...
Corals/Plants: Fake
Tank Size: 135 gallons
Quote: dont have one

COMMENTS

nice fish avatar
Very Realistic. Are you using River Rocks? Pool Sand -- Interesting. How do you buffer the PH if using this kind of rock and pool sand? Excellent looking tank. Hope to hear back from you. fish avatar
If you think this shiz is good, check out my beast! fish avatar
Beautiful Tank!!! Solid 9 points... fish avatar
may i ask where you found those awesome fake plants??? what brand are they?? my two plants look ugly... your are unreal - a very good combination fish avatar
wouldn't a 10 be perfect? well thats what i gave you anyway. awesome tank. fish avatar
wow!!!!!! fish avatar
very real looking. could spend hours watching your fish. fish avatar
honestly the nicest tank ive ever seen - hope i can get mine half as nice as yours.... fish avatar
Im not a fan of fake plants and i suspect in real life they stick out more as being fake but I do think the tank looks really nice. Well designed. fish avatar
im giving it a solid 10 fish avatar
beautiful tank, nice work! fish avatar
thats really nice... what kind of rocks are those? PS I love your tank! :D fish avatar
really nice fish avatar
Simply gorgeous... fish avatar
I gave you a 9 because It's perfect. fish avatar

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