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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: filter 350 bio-wheel, standard lighting, under gravel filter, some fake plants, cusom mix of graval lol. thats about it this is my first big tank. i had a 20 gal. but had to give it away because i moved and couldnt hav it, now i have a place i wish i had it back lol
Advice: keep it simple!!!! dream it than do it !!!!!!
Fish Kept: 6 gouramis, 6neons, 2 plecos, 1 redtailed shark ...5 fancy guppies 3 mollys
Corals/Plants: some plastic and some silk plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: u talkin to me?
About Yourself: well it all started when i became a father, at first i got a few gouramis(10gallon). than an oscar(20gallon) the kids loved it, but we moved so i gave it up for a while!(5years or so ) and finally we got settled in at the new place and had some extra money so i had to get a tank lol :) i still have a few 10gallon tanks but didnt set those up instead i got a 55gallon tank and set it up in my living room for all to see lol thanks and enjoy!!!!!! also just got a 38gallon tank so new pics will be coming soon !!!!

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