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Photo Caption: MY SECOND FAMILY
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - MY SECOND FAMILY

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: TWO AQUA RAYS LIGHT BULBS,EHIEM 2217 FILTER,STEATLH HEATER,HOT MAGUM WATER POLISHER,5 VALVE AIRATION SETUP.TWO MUSHROOM AIRATION BULBS,LAVA ROCKS GRANITE ROCKS
Advice: NEVER GIVE UP, IF AT FIRST YOU DONT SUCCECED TRY TRY AGAIN.IT'S ALL UP TO YOU AND WHATS RIGHT FOR YOU.LET YOUR MIND GO FREE !
Fish Kept: 3 SHARKS,2 PLECOS,1 HI FIN NUGGET PLECO,2 SUNSET ANGELS,3YELLOW FIN TIN FOIL,2 CLOWN LOACH,2 WATER LOACH,HORSE FACE LOACH,3 GEO'S,2 SLIVER DOLLARS,2 YELLOW BARBS,2 PARADISE GOURAMIS,BOSANI RAINBOW,1 FLYING FOX,2 HONEY GOURAMIS,2 POWDER BLUE GOURAMIS.
Corals/Plants: LIVE PLANTS
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: DONT STOP TILL YOU GET ENOUGH!
About Yourself: GOT BACK INTO THE HOBBY,AFTER THE KIDS PUSHED ME AND IAM GLAD I DID ITS GREAT TO BE BACK.BY DAY I BUILD ELEVATORS BY NIGHT A FISH MAN.

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