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Photo Caption: I took out the river rocks because I couldn't clean as well as I wanted to so I went with sand, I got the sand for free from a pet store (about 500 pounds of sand for free)(sorry I did my math wrong I first said 375 but I put the buckets on a scale and each 5 gallon bucket weight 100 a piece and I had 5,5 gallon buckets full to the top)) Like I said before Ive tried to update my other account on rate my fish tank but when I try to add new pics it keeps going to the old pics and not the news pics i upload, even when I deleted the old pics
240 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - I took out the river rocks because I couldn't clean as well as I wanted to so I went with sand, I got the sand for free from a pet store (about 500 pounds of sand for free)(sorry I did my math wrong I first said 375 but I put the buckets on a scale and each 5 gallon bucket weight 100 a piece and I had 5,5 gallon buckets full to the top)) Like I said before Ive tried to update my other account on rate my fish tank but when I try to add new pics it keeps going to the old pics and not the news pics i upload, even when I deleted the old pics

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: I have a 240 Gallon aquarium it is 96 long 24 wide 24 height. For lights I have antic T-8 and 50-50 bulbs, I am running 2 XP4, 2 300 watt Rena heaters, 4 1140 power heads, I have other other pics on the website but when I go to change the pics the old pics keep showing back up when you click on the pic to make the pic larger the old pics keep coming up, So this is a pic of my tank i change the river rock to sand and added a new fish
Advice: let nature take its course and let you tank cycle then you will be happy and spend less money on fish loss, when your tank cycles naturally
Fish Kept: 1 24 inch silver arrowana 2 pacus, 2 plecos, 2 jack Dempsey, 2 oscars, 1 ornate bichir, 1 pike fish, 3 iridescent sharks, 1 convict, 1 jaguar chiclid, 2 catfish ( I dont know what kind)
Corals/Plants: fake plants
Tank Size: 240 gallons
Quote: lifes a bi*ch
About Yourself: I started with a 10 gallon tank about 5 years ago and I wanted bigger so I went with 2- 20 gallon then I combined them into a 55 and then upgraded to a 100 then to a 150 then to 240 and then to........ It remains to been see if I GO BIGGER!!!!!!!

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