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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: freshwater, 250 gaL, community tank, multi fish types
Advice: Change water at least 2 times a month, purchase a LARGE filter if you plan on having alot of fish. Compare fish types BEFORE purchasing SOME fish do not get along
Fish Kept: all kinds mix fish, africans, cory cats, mollies,clown fish and many others
Corals/Plants: mostly plastic - many are hand made by myself. I have a few live plants - vals only.
Tank Size: 250 gallons
Quote: I know what you can do.....
About Yourself: I have been keeping fish for more then 20 years - never tried salt water. I love to spend time watching the habits of my fish - it is very fun to watch them inter-act with each other. Never give up on your fish - they seem to have 9 lives.

COMMENTS

Very Pretty Tank. I gave you a 9. Most of the tanks I rate get from 0 - 5. With a brownish homemade background, I would have given you a 10 ---- something I have never done. Very natural looking. fish avatar
I found all of my rocks in areas around our house. fish avatar
Pretty tank! I am looking to buy rocks and wood for my tank and I am not sure where is the best place. I looked at my local pet store but their choices are limited and they are expensive! Any suggestions are appreciated. fish avatar

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