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State: Iowa
Country: United States
Description: 4'x3'x2' glass tank, natural gravel and stones with two pre-form structures for cover. Filtered by canister Cascade and powerhead added for additional flow. Occupants include: Two Bichors, One Pleco, One African Knife, Two Silver Arowana, One Fire Eel.
Advice: keep it simple, keep it clean, and keep it under-populated. a busy tank is fun to watch, but only when your not elbow deep vacuuming it due to the additional waste. if you set it up right you can maintain a wonderful balance and only clean the tank filter once every several months, and rarely need to clean the gravel.
Fish Kept: oscars, african chiclids, plecos, south american chiclids :firemouth, jack dempsy, green terrror, tiger oscar. and plenty of odd-balls. silver arowana fire eel bichors, peacock eel, tiretrack eel knife fish saltwater moray "freshwater" variety.
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Tank Size: 180 gallons
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