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Photo Caption: annubis ,amazon swords grape vine hung from bracing above entire backround was carved from old fish shipping styrofoam and colored and textured with drylock and concrete overflow turned into a tree with black pondfoam with a constant sand waterfall / fluidized sand filter
144 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - annubis ,amazon swords grape vine hung from bracing above entire backround was carved from old fish shipping styrofoam and colored and textured with drylock and concrete overflow turned into a tree with black pondfoam with a constant sand waterfall / fluidized sand filter

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: tank
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Fish Kept: Bushy Nose Pleco's L-144, African Knifefish, Marble Veil Angel, Rope Fish kory cats blind cave Baby whale
Corals/Plants: annubis ,amazon swords grape vine hung from bracing above entire backround was carved from old fish shipping styrofoam and colored and textured with drylock and concrete overflow turned into a tree with black pondfoam
Tank Size: 144 gallons

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