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90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 90G

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Country: Canada
Description: 90 G Rena XP3 filter, Whisper 60 Bubbler, Coral life HO Dual T5's 10,000 K and Atinic bluls. Rio 1000 powerhead running 2 undergravel jets. Lights and Powerhead are on a 9 Hr timer. Don't be afraid to spend money on GOOD equipment, if you cheap out now, it'll cost you later.
Advice: it's easier to maintain a healthy tank than it is to try and fix an unhealthy tank. Water changes are key. I do 25% weekly, that way it doesn't become a chore. I clean the filter every 6 weeks. TONNES of online resources to be found. Join a forum and learn from others.
Fish Kept: Electric yellows, Nimbochromis Venustus, Red Shoulder peacocks, HAP SP. 44s, Red Top Ice Blues.
Corals/Plants: Plastic
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: Fill it up AGAIN!
About Yourself: I'm a Tool & Die maker still making it in Windsor ON. 7 years and still going with the same company. Got into this hobby because of a 30 G tank my bro-in-law gave me. I used to get chirped from my buddies about my 'Cichlids', but now they come over and stare at my tank for hours on end.

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