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72 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My Freshwater Tank

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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: 72 gallon bow-front. It's a little bigger than I would have started with but sort of inherited it from my roommate. Canister filter underneath and two biowheels dripping up top. Fluorescent strip and thinking about adding a blue led or two for evening moonlight. Two pieces of driftwood. One that creates a cave which was taken over by the bigger of the two red-tails, that is when the pleco isn't looking inside. The other red-tail has made his home inside of the Dragon's mouth, which also provides some of the aeration. A bubble wall on each side of the tank help circulate and smaller fish seem to enjoy swimming through them as well.
Advice: don't be afraid to ask questions
Fish Kept: 4 black skirt tetras, 11 neons, 2 redtail sharks, 1 pleco
Corals/Plants: Two large pieces of driftwood. One live plant and a bunch of plastic ones.
Tank Size: 72 gallons

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