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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 55 gal. whisper AP 300 air pump whisper 30/60 filtration unit w/carbon& buffer unit 2 aqua clear 50's w/carbon,amoina&buffing units a big heater im not sure of the brand
Advice: it takes time and money. a good investment make sure you check the pH and nitrates often frequent water changing is always a plus gravel sweeping is nesassary with any large tank any tank that is not appreciated, will not last.
Fish Kept: 11in.& 5in. iridescent/pangasius shark's 9in& 5in bala' shark's 2- 8in.feeder goldfish atleast 5inchs around 9in.&4in male and female algae eaters(catfish style) 3 med.tetra's 7in peacock eel all fish are measured in length without the back fin..
Corals/Plants: no live, but tall rock molded bottom fake plants. a huge teracotta pot with many holes one med.holed log many orig. rock from beaches with earth toned pebbles
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: why not...
About Yourself: i live with many houses animals, i love them to death. i spend alot of time with my fish. i have it in a mane room, where it catches eyes all day long. my fish have been with me at least 5 years, and i learn each one's "fish"inality. i truly enjoy my fish tank and will always own one for the rest of my life.

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