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Photo Caption: For my flowerhorns in the mail... lemme know what u think?
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - For my flowerhorns in the mail... lemme know what u think?

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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: 55 Gallon tank, Shop Light on top with plant bulbs in it cuz my Hood died and I haven't been able to afford a new one yet haha... lots of different live plants, I had just some assorted fancy goldfish for like the first two years I had this tank, then I got some angelfish to put in my other tank and my tinfoil barbs almost harassed them to death the first day I had them, so, I put them in with the goldfish which I know i'm not supposed to do but they've been in there for 6 months now and they're doing fine I keep the tank at about 72 degrees and everyone seems to be happy.
Advice: You can do this really cheaply if you know where to look for stuff.
Fish Kept: I have 5 tanks too many to list, but my lionhead is my favorite fish he's soooooo cute!
Corals/Plants: I don't really know? I just get the ones I think look pretty either they live or they don't :-)
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Take it easy :)
About Yourself: I only take this as seriously as it is fun...

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