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Photo Caption: My blood parrot tank.. These are my favorite kind of fish. i have 2 blood parrots in this 40 gallon tank. I also have a balla shark in there as well. They all get along great. my big red parrot fish was a rescue. He is missing one eye but is still a beautiful fish. I have to say that they are very interesting fish.They like to dig in the sand and make their own home.
fish tank picture - My blood parrot tank.. These are my favorite kind of fish. i have 2 blood parrots in this 40 gallon tank. I also have a balla shark in there as well. They all get along great. my big red parrot fish was a rescue. He is missing one eye but is still a beautiful fish. I have to say that they are very interesting fish.They like to dig in the sand and make their own home.
40 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My goldfish Tank Its a 40 gallon tank I have a few red belly minnows a plecko a gold mystery snail and a bunch of assorted goldfish as well as some fry. I have 90 gallons of pumps on this tank and i change my water quite often Due to having a crowded tank. Not to worry they are going in to a 75 gallon in the fall. Most of these fish are rescues from What i call death tanks. They were so dirty you couldn't dream of even seeing the fish

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Country: Canada
Description: I have a few Tanks 2 40 gallon tanks a 10 and a 20 gallons as well. I have rescued Most of these fish from horrible conditions.
Advice: Have fun with it
Corals/Plants: All fake plants but i do use lots of driftwood
Tank Size: 40 gallons

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