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Submitted By: Shane Kreuscher on
Photo Caption: 90-gal. "S" shaped fresh water aquarium and some fish !
90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 90-gal. "S" shaped fresh water aquarium and some fish !

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: Black 90-gal. "S" shaped aquarium and stand with quartzite stone and an assortment of plastic plants. Perfect-A-Flo undergravel filter with two 1140 Penguin Powerheads. A Rena FilStar XP2 Canister Filter. Two Emperor 400 BIO-Wheel hanging filters and basic lighting. Fish: 2 Frontosas, 6 Large Danios, 1 Mono, 1 Iridescent Shark, 1 Bala Shark, 1 Albino Algae Eater, 1 Clown Loach and 1 Rubernose Pleco. More Comming Soon !
Advice: Get a book, beware of some of the folks at your local pet shops. Most of the yongsters have no clue.
Fish Kept: 2 Frontosas, 6 Large Danios, 1 Mono, 1 Iridescent Shark, 1 Bala Shark, 1 Albino Algae Eater, 1 Clown Loach and 1 Rubernose Pleco. More Comming Soon !
Corals/Plants: An assortment of plastic plants.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: Take good care of it, and it will last for ever !

COMMENTS

lovely tank, just one thing I'd change..... I'd replace the corona with a Bud. :] fish avatar
Nice clean setup! With the finnishing touch...lol. fish avatar

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