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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my tank.

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State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Description: I have Aqua-tech power filtration till i get my fluval. Im using two air pumps one is a twin hook-up. i have sun-glo bulbs for my lighting and for my night lighting im looking to upgrade to moonlights.
Advice: Its a wonderful hobby to get into. i have been in the hobby for about 10 years. Its tough at first, i started with a 10 gal. then up to a 20 gal. eventually i got this 55 i have now. im looking to bigger, but again its great hobby my best advice is dont be afraid to ask questions.
Fish Kept: 1 Pink kissing Gourami 3 Black skirt Tetras 2 Flame Tetras 1 Plecostomus
Corals/Plants: Lava plants.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: the world is full of kings and queens who
About Yourself: I've been into fish for a long time. I've wanted to get into Marine Biology for a long time now but as of right now i dont see that happening. :(

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