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Photo Caption: 48 x 12.5 x 18.25 Tank was made in Oct. of 1987, I've been restoring it for 2 months now. Marineland Penguin 350 Power Filter Marineland Penguin 200 Power Filter Marineland Stealth Pro Heater Aqua-Glo Lighting (2x 18") Crushed Coral Substrate Black and Blue Slate Variety of Fake Plants 3 Tiger Barb 3 Yellow Lab (2 King's Cove, 1 White Morph) 1 Melanochromis sp. "Brown" 2 Golden Chinese Algae Eater 10 Pseudotropheus demasoni (Pombo Rocks)
47 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 48 x 12.5 x 18.25 Tank was made in Oct. of 1987, I've been restoring it for 2 months now. Marineland Penguin 350 Power Filter Marineland Penguin 200 Power Filter Marineland Stealth Pro Heater Aqua-Glo Lighting (2x 18") Crushed Coral Substrate Black and Blue Slate Variety of Fake Plants 3 Tiger Barb 3 Yellow Lab (2 King's Cove, 1 White Morph) 1 Melanochromis sp. "Brown" 2 Golden Chinese Algae Eater 10 Pseudotropheus demasoni (Pombo Rocks)

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 48 x 12.5 x 18.25 Tank was made in Oct. of 1987, I've been restoring it for 2 months now. Marineland Penguin 350 Power Filter Marineland Penguin 200 Power Filter Marineland Stealth Pro Heater Aqua-Glo Lighting (2x 18") Crushed Coral Substrate Black and Blue Slate Variety of Fake Plants
Advice: As with most hobby's, it should be something you enjoy. Make it your own.
Fish Kept: 3 Tiger Barb 3 Yellow Lab (2 King's Cove, 1 White Morph) 1 Melanochromis sp. "Brown" 2 Golden Chinese Algae Eater 10 Pseudotropheus demasoni (Pombo Rocks)
Corals/Plants: Variety of Fake Plants
Tank Size: 47 gallons

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