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Photo Caption: This is a picture showing how I have my plants and slate set up for my fish. Also it includes a brief showing of how my fish look.
75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is a picture showing how I have my plants and slate set up for my fish. Also it includes a brief showing of how my fish look.

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Country: Canada
Description: fluval 400 pump with coralight lamp. 200 watt heater.
Advice: Start small. Like you havent heard that before, just love and talk to your fish. keep a regular maintenence and cleaning schedule. ie. scrub down glass every couple weeks to control algae buildup.
Fish Kept: 6 stripe frantozas (4), electric blue2 (2), electric yellow (1), yo-yo loaches (3), clown loaches (2), bruscharti (1), laloopi (1), plecko (1), and (2) unknown catfish.
Corals/Plants: plastic plants and slate.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: go big or go home

COMMENTS

WHAT ARE THE NAME OF THOSE BIG FISH ARE THEY FRONTOSA BECAUSE THEY ARE LIGHT....THEY ARE VERY NICE!!! fish avatar
what do you have your tank sitting on? love the look of slate with the white sand. fish avatar

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