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Photo Caption: Main fish tank
60 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Main fish tank

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: Marineland Penguin 350B Filter, 6x 12" red/green plants, blk slate piece rocks(bottom gravel), 14" 300 watt heater, cool driftwood/rock background and 1 big flat slate rock and a little sign that says "No Fishing" lol
Advice: DEW IT DEW IT! =)
Fish Kept: I have no fish yet in the tank because its cycling so when thats done I'm going to put in Red Oscars =)
Corals/Plants: 6x 12" red/green plants
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Quote: HEY HEY HEY SHUT IT LOL
About Yourself: I got into fish when I was 10 and how it started was a Pokemon fish card lol my mom saw the card and she told me if I wanted a fish tank with cool fish. After that I was really really interested in this hobby! =)

COMMENTS

r u sure that is a 60 gallon tank it looks to small but maybe its the pic.. good luck with the oscars they are great fish fish avatar

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