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Photo Caption: This is a fresh water Tank with dimentions L : 4ft., H : 2.5ft., D :1.5ft. It has tetras, Discus, catfish, angles, silver shark and red lobsters right now, I'll be adding some more very soon.
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100 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is a fresh water Tank with dimentions L : 4ft., H : 2.5ft., D :1.5ft. It has tetras, Discus, catfish, angles, silver shark and red lobsters right now, I'll be adding some more very soon.

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Country: India
Description: L : 4ft., H : 2.5ft., D :1.5ft. It has 1 external filter and 3 internal filters, The background is ingraved thermocol.
Advice: Do not over feed your fishs.
Fish Kept: Tetras, Discus, Angles, Silver Shark, Catfish and Red Lobster
Corals/Plants: Artificial Plants
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Quote: Life is nothing without an impossible Dream.
About Yourself: I started this hobby about 6 months back and this is my second aquarium first one was smaller then this, I love to experiment with it's looks by changing it's decorative and switching there places.

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