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Photo Caption: 120 Gallon freshwater w/ Arowana, Clown Knife, Iridescent Shark, Bala Shark and a couple Plecos
120 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 120 Gallon freshwater w/ Arowana, Clown Knife, Iridescent Shark, Bala Shark and a couple Plecos

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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: 120 gallon Freshwater tank with two florescent bulbs. I run an Aquaclear 110 and a Tectra Tec 550. I have pond rocks and smoothed out glass rock of different colors. I also have a 55 gallon acrylic tank that I keep my 5 year old Managuense in alone! He kills everything that comes in the tank. I had to take him out of the 120 gallon.
Advice: My advice for new hobbyist to to take time to care for your fish as you would your other pets.
Fish Kept: I have a Silver Arowana approx 18", a Clown Knife approx 14" , a Irridecent Shark approx 7" a silver bala shark an albino plecostomus and a black tiger striped plecostomus. Managuense
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Tank Size: 120 gallons
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