Photo #2 - Front Of Tank. Tank Is Approx 3 Months Old. 75 Ga...

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Photo Caption: Front of tank. Tank is approx 3 months old. 75 gallon freshwater with fake plants and natural decor except sponge Bob
fish tank picture - Pic of entire aquarium and cabinet stand. I got the whole thing including canopy for $400.
75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Front of tank. Tank is approx 3 months old. 75 gallon freshwater with fake plants and natural decor except sponge Bob
fish tank picture - Dalmatian molly fry born July 23 2014

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Country: Canada
Description: 75 gallon corner tank with bowed front. Natural decoration except for sponge Bob. Lava rock, natural gravel, fake hanging and bottom plants, platformed driftwood pieces, 2 hatcheries. Fluval 306 canister filter, fluval heater, fluorescent lighting, bubble wall.
Advice: Trial and error had always worked the best for me. You're going to make mistakes that's how you improve yourself and your tank. Do your research.
Corals/Plants: Fake plants and grasses, mossy log, hanging plants and gravel plants.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: Always loved aquariums and had a few as a kid. This is my first adult venture. Having alot of fun.

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