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Photo Caption: 55 gal Tank was a gift from a friend. The lighting is custom made with the help of home depot. Two 4ft 5050 bulbs. 30lbs of gravell so everyone can dig big holes. Driftwood is from Canaveral Nation Seashore, I boiled it and cleaned it.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 55 gal Tank was a gift from a friend. The lighting is custom made with the help of home depot. Two 4ft 5050 bulbs. 30lbs of gravell so everyone can dig big holes. Driftwood is from Canaveral Nation Seashore, I boiled it and cleaned it.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Tank was a gift from a friend. The lighting is custom made with the help of home depot. Two 4ft 5050 bulbs. 30lbs of gravell so everyone can dig big holes. Driftwood is from Canaveral Nation Seashore, I boiled it and cleaned it.
Advice: Start out small, gradually move up to bigger and better things.
Fish Kept: Ciclids, and a Pleco
Corals/Plants: None natuaral exept for the Drift wood.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: I got into all this because my old General Manager at work is a fish tank Nut and it rubed off on me.

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