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140 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 140g

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Country: Canada
Description: I have a 140g TANK - 1 Fluval 304 Canister - 1 Fluval 404 Canister - 2 Fluval 300 tronic heaters w/ gaurds - 2 2 lamp 36" T5 Carolife fixtures - 1 1 lamp 48" T8 strip actinic fixture - glass lid - the largest/most quite air pump I could find(dont know the name) - custom stand with floating canopy
Advice: If you get a canister system, tap in to the out-take with a air hose. It spreads the o2 very well throughout the tank. Good for bacteria!!!! ohhh and if you wanna make your own stand outta wood and want it to look really good.....just buy the thing! makeing it costs alotta money...This stand costs just over $1000
Fish Kept: Africans
Corals/Plants: 110lb of crushed coral / misc. granit Plants do work with the africans you just gotta know what your doing, ie lighting, nitrate, fertilizer, etc
Tank Size: 140 gallons
Quote: go big or go home !
About Yourself: nothing is better than sitting back and tokin starring at some fish.

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awsome tank.. nice work! fish avatar
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