Photo #2 - Twin 35's U Of M Versus Msu, For Some Reaso...

Submitted By: dave herweyer on
Photo Caption: twin 35's U of M versus MSU, for some reason the seem seem to enjoy the Michigan side better.
fish tank picture - after dark
70 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - twin 35's U of M versus MSU, for some reason the seem seem to enjoy the Michigan side better.

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: Twin 35 gallon octagon's connected by two 4 inch tubes, two tetra 20-40s, separate heat, and bubblers
Advice: a little attention every day, and you will have a much more enjoyable fish tank experience
Fish Kept: Two oscars, three large pleco's, one pictus cat, one blood parrot, five gold fish, three syndonis cats, one striped rapheal cat, one large albino rainbow.
Corals/Plants: underwater bamboo, and limestone
Tank Size: 70 gallons
About Yourself: I have been building tanks for years, but this is my favorite, done in a Michigan versus Michigan State theme, celebrating my state.

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