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Photo Caption: Jack Dempsey, Firemouth, Gouramis, Dinosaur Eel, African Cichlids, Tetra Whisper EX70 Power Filter, Dual 48" Flourecent lighting 20k blue/white bulb and standard aquarium bulb , Typical Heater. Assorted stone, Fake plants, DIY background. Powerhead to Undergravel filter.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Jack Dempsey, Firemouth, Gouramis, Dinosaur Eel, African Cichlids, Tetra Whisper EX70 Power Filter, Dual 48" Flourecent lighting 20k blue/white bulb and standard aquarium bulb , Typical Heater. Assorted stone, Fake plants, DIY background. Powerhead to Undergravel filter.

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State: Wyoming
Country: United States
Description: Jack Dempsey, Firemouth, Gouramis, Eel, African Cichlids, Tetra Whisper EX70 Power Filter, Dual 48" Flourecent lighting 20k blue/white bulb and standard aquarium bulb , Typical Heater. Assorted stone, Fake plants, DIY background. Powerhead to Undergravel filter.
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Tank Size: 55 gallons
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About Yourself: Please critique my tank and give me feedback. looking to improve the best I can. thank you

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