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Photo Caption: This is the same tank, with out the ferns on the side and the new Grass in the middle
125 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is the same tank, with out the ferns on the side and the new Grass in the middle

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: I believe tank is 125 Gal Tall, it is 60 X 18 X 25 and has natural brown Gravel. I use Aquatic Life Lighting system with 4 T5 lights and 4 Blue Lunar Lights, all on timers. There are two RENA Canister Filters under a 4 and a 2 as well as a turbo twist UV light, 9 watts. |There are also two HOB penguin Bio wheel 350s on the back with a Aqua Clear power head, with filter cartridge on bottom.
Advice: Keep Tank clean and do not mess with it too much..
Fish Kept: Many Neons, Three Blue Discus, Blue and Gold Guarami, 4 Buena Ares tetras, Gold Angel and a few other various fish, all community
Corals/Plants: Plants, many to mention, most requiring Moderate to high lighting and easy to moderate care level.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
About Yourself: I have like fish since I was young, when I owned a Oscar and Dempsey 20 Gal long, but just got back in a few years ago for myself and my children

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