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Photo Caption: 75 Gallon Oceanic. UGF ran by 2 Marineland Maxi Jet 600 Power heads, Magnum 350 Pro Canister Filter with 2 biowheels, and temporaraly using a Marineland HOT filter as well. I currently have a school of Neons but will be switching to a Malawian tank as soon as it is fully established. No the gravel is not pink, I don't know why the photo looks that way but it is natural pebble and some red.
75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 75 Gallon Oceanic. UGF ran by 2 Marineland Maxi Jet 600 Power heads, Magnum 350 Pro Canister Filter with 2 biowheels, and temporaraly using a Marineland HOT filter as well. I currently have a school of Neons but will be switching to a Malawian tank as soon as it is fully established. No the gravel is not pink, I don't know why the photo looks that way but it is natural pebble and some red.

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State: Missouri
Country: United States
Description: 75 Gallon Oceanic. UGF ran by 2 Marineland Maxi Jet 600 Power heads, Magnum 350 Pro Canister Filter with 2 biowheels, and temporarily using a Marineland HOT filter as well. I currently have a school of Neons but will be switching to a Malawian tank as soon as it is fully established.
Advice: You are privileged in the modern world of today having unlimited resourses available via the internet. As many forums as you can imagine and heavy competiton on equipment means you can get LOW prices!
Fish Kept: 7 Neon Tetras currently
Corals/Plants: Plants are all fake, rocks are all real!
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: Om Mani Padme Hum

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