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75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My new 75 gal. freshwater tank still in cycling phase.

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 75 gal. 48" by 18", using a Penguin filter right now but a friend is sending his Eheim 2026 pro II canister filter to me.
Advice: Read up before jumping in. The sales people don't know all that much so read read read. The internet and forums are a great source of information!
Fish Kept: Started cycling with 6 tiger barbs and 6 mollies but ammonia killed 4 barbs because I listened to store people and they did not inform me not to over feed. So as of right now I have 1 barb one is just straight up missing and 6 mollies.
Corals/Plants: I have all plastic plants right now thought I would start out slow just trying fish then move on to live plants. I have a bubbling coral and a old cottage with bubbling wheel. I all so have two under gravel bubblers.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: What the mind can conceive the body with achieve!
About Yourself: I am a stay at home mom who loves to work out and had a ton of hobbies. Just bought a 75 gal tank of Craigs list for cheap! I have all ways wanted to have a fish tank. I am still in the learning phase but this forum so far has be a great help!

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