Photo #1 - This Is Toots And Scooby Playing Chase

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State: Oklahoma
Country: United States
Description: I have a 75 gallon tank, I have lighting and two bubblers, 2 350 bio-wheels running in this tank.
Advice: just be patient, never take anyones advise to stone, you learn what to do and what not to do by trying and lots of research. And most important NEVER and I mean NEVER buy fish from WALMART.
Fish Kept: 1 albino Oscar, 1 tigar Oscar, 1 pleco, 2 snails, 1 hammers colbalt blue lobster, and 2 freshwater clams
Corals/Plants: all fake, real is too messy and my oscars tear them up
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: Momma's always Right.
About Yourself: I got into this hobby about a year and a half ago, and now I can't get enough. I love it, it is so relaxing and Now I have my 75 gallon and can't wait for my oscars to get bigger! I also have a 10 gallon of tropical community fish in my daughters room and a 10 gallon we are going to start up as a saltwater tank! Can't wait to master that one!

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