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90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - New picture soon to come

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: All Glass Brand 48"L x 24"H x 20"D. Aqueon 300 watt heater, 350 Magnum Canister, Top Fin 60, Coralife 50/50 light .
Advice: Do weekly water changes. The internet has everything you need to be successful.
Fish Kept: 8 Angels, 5 Silver Dollars, 30 Neon Tetras, 10 Glowlight Tetras, and my favorite..... 2 discus, soon to be 4. Keeping a VERY clean tank is some extra work, but well worth it.
Corals/Plants: Plants are artificial.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: Hey, put the thing in the thing!
About Yourself: I've had a fish tank since I was Seven, and many different fish over the years - you name it, I have had it. I find it very relaxing to just sit and watch my fish. I do a 20% water change every other day to keep the discus happy and healthy.

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