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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: 320 gallon tank 32Tall x 96 Long x 30 Deep. Lighting 72" AquaProRetro Kit, 2-Fluval FX5 pumps, Custom Air pump with TONS of airation, Lots of decor....with Custom Stand and Hood. 2nd Tank: 120 Gallon 60Long X 18Deep X 25 Tall; Lighting Reg Flurocent; Filters: 1 Rena XP4 and 2 Aqua 110's. This was my first tank and a good one
Advice: Dont give up!!!! Even if there are problems keep going and learn how to fix them..........it is a GREAT Family Hobby to get everyone involved!!!
Fish Kept: Shark's, Ray's, Pleco's, Oscars; Parrot's; many chiclids
Corals/Plants: All plastic so far but trying to learn more about starting real ones in my smaller tank
Tank Size: 320 gallons
Quote: LEARNIG IS KNOWLEDGE!
About Yourself: I have been in the hobby for One year beleive it or not and find that the fish keep my busy with the family and provide a great deal of relaxation for everyone!

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that tank doesn't look like a 320 gallon tank?? more like maybe a 55 or 65 fish avatar
your measurements don't add up.If they were right ,then your tank is 398.96 gallons. My guess is you probably screwed up on the depth. 96l x32h x24w is 319.16gallons. Very nice tank though. fish avatar

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