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Photo Caption: 1 Green severum, 2 african chiclids,2 plecos,3 tin foil barb, 2 damios, and 1 peacock eel..
90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 1 Green severum, 2 african chiclids,2 plecos,3 tin foil barb, 2 damios, and 1 peacock eel..

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: Just recently bought a 90 gallon tank(48 1/2"L x 18 1/2"W x 25 3/8"H), from a guy on craigslist, it came with 3 whisper 20-40 gallon filters, 1 marineland 100 watt heater,1 air tech 2k5,1 18" bubble stone, it also came with all the fish, Only thing i added were two 48" lights power-glo, and marine-glo.. i would like to completely change the look of this aquarium, i'm thinking maybe all african chiclids...
Advice: "JUST DO IT"
Fish Kept: 1 Green severum, 2 african chiclids,2 plecos,3 tin foil barb, 2 damios, and 1 peacock eel..
Corals/Plants: 1 medium sized artificial rock,2 medium sized pieces of artificial driftwood,and 2 artificial plants
Tank Size: 90 gallons

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