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Photo Caption: change all of the decor in my tank. did it because i added some eels and knife fish along with all the other fish 2 pacu 18 rummy nose tetras 1 snake skined 2 kissing 4 plecos 1 bala shark 2 peacock eels and black knife fish
125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - change all of the decor in my tank. did it because i added some eels and knife fish along with all the other fish 2 pacu 18 rummy nose tetras 1 snake skined 2 kissing 4 plecos 1 bala shark 2 peacock eels and black knife fish

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: this is a 125 tall tank it is 61 long 18 1/4 wide and 26 inches high 2 penguin 350 bio wheel and 1 350 canister filter 4 fluorescent. the canister filter is used for the water polisher only under gravel filter 1 500 watt heater
Advice: setup your tank with the decor and the substrate that you want first. it is hard to change it when you have fish in the tank.
Fish Kept: 2 pacu, 2 snake skined groumies. 2 kissing groumies, 1 golden sevrum, 1 balla shark, 1 thai fox, 4 plecos, 2 chiclids (don't know what kind), 1 blue groumie, 1 chinese algae eater
Corals/Plants: a couple a large river rocks and some fake tetra plants that I have bunched up together to make look larger
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: stirke down on thee with great vengeance
About Yourself: I started with a 10 gallon tank and just over time worked my way up. I saw this tank in the store and just had to have it. I have always wanted a big fish tank, and big fish. it can be alot oif work to maintain it, but I like doing it, because in the end it looks great.

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