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Photo Caption: This is my 150 gallon freshwater aquarium.
150 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my 150 gallon freshwater aquarium.

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State: Louisiana
Country: United States
Description: The filtration is 2 Marineland magnum 350 canister filters, a marineland emperor 450 back filter, a cheap uv sterilizer, and a couple powerheads for water movement and the lighting is a 48 inch coralife strip light
Advice: Im still kind of new my self but trial and error. Always use twice the filtration recomended it just makes everything alot easier.
Fish Kept: Royal Clown Knife, Clown Knife, 3 Clown Loaches, 2 Pearsei Cchlids, a Florida Gar, an Ornate Bichir, and an old Pleco
Corals/Plants: Plants are all fake
Tank Size: 150 gallons
About Yourself: I have only been into fish tanks for about 3 years but its my addiction and i cant get enough. I started with a 55 gal. and upgraded awhile back to this 150 gal.

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