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Photo Caption: my 10 gallon tank that holds a few of the fish that will be in my 125 gallon tank when it is ready 2 Venustus Cichlids 1 Electric Yellow Cichlid 1 Green Spotted Puffer 1 Albino Bushy Nose Pleco
125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my 10 gallon tank that holds a few of the fish that will be in my 125 gallon tank when it is ready 2 Venustus Cichlids 1 Electric Yellow Cichlid 1 Green Spotted Puffer 1 Albino Bushy Nose Pleco

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State: Nebraska
Country: United States
Description: in the process of building a custom tank and stand it will be 4'X2'X2' and be 125 gallons with sand bottom, black rocks, live plants, and driftwood
Advice: put time into your fish tank....you will be surprised with the outcome
Fish Kept: Largemouth Bass Bluegill Stripped Bass African Cichlids Plecos Green Spotted Puffer many other types....
Corals/Plants: various types
Tank Size: 125 gallons
About Yourself: i enjoy natural looking tanks, not colored gravel or anything lol

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