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46 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 46 gal. fresh w/ fake plants, Fluval 305 canister filter, and a wet/dry trickle filter. 4 angels, 4 white cloud danios, 2 black skirt tetras, and a plecostoums
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Photo Caption: 46 gal. fresh w/ fake plants, Fluval 305 canister filter, and a wet/dry trickle filter. 4 angels, 4 white cloud danios, 2 black skirt tetras, and a plecostoums
46 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 46 gal. fresh w/ fake plants, Fluval 305 canister filter, and a wet/dry trickle filter. 4 angels, 4 white cloud danios, 2 black skirt tetras, and a plecostoums

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 46 gal. w/ Fluval 305 Canister filter and a wet/dry trickle filter.
Advice: When buying a new tank, get a big one. The bigger the better. Not only for looks but also for bacteria (parts per million)
Fish Kept: 2 black skirt tetras, 4 white clouds, 3 angels, 3 congo tetras, 2 dwarf gouramis, 2 emperor tetras, and a plecostomus
Corals/Plants: fake
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: have fun with fish

COMMENTS

need some substrate, but otherwise very nice tank. fish avatar

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