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40 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Another Angle
fish tank picture - This is my tank

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: Random fish. 1 big atlantis thing ( thank you babygirl B-Day gift. )100 gallon filter. Oh and of course the 40 gallon fish tank. Two big bags of rocks. Lid and light. Underwater background. Almost forgot the no fishing sign.
Advice: Save up a little money befor you start. Always get the products that cost a little more theres a reason. Make sure you get the chemicals that your fish need. They will help your fish grow so much faster.
Fish Kept: A few goldfish, 4 catfish, couple sharks, 4 Algae eaters, 2 glass fish... and some other.
Corals/Plants: I got two dont know the names of them.
Tank Size: 40 gallons
About Yourself: A buddy of mine got a tank off his cousin for free. 150 gallons. Lucky ba$tard. After watching him spend a little cash and then having the fun of setting it up. Then just sitting back and relaxing watching them for a while i knew i had to have y own.

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