Photo #3 - 125 Gallon Custom Rock Background Done By 3d Aqua...

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 125 gallon freshwater with custom hand made background done by me owner of 3d Aquarascapes 2 rena xp4 canister filters. Custom plumbing for easy water changes. If u like the background and have your own ideas please contact me and i will help bring your ideas to life. Please check out my facebook page for more pics of other tanks i have designed.
Advice: Start out slow and dont rush! READ READ READ
Fish Kept: 2 1ft picasimus and 3 6in 2 blood parrots 2 leopard cats 1 albino tiger oscar 20 or so random african cichlids 5in black ghost knife 4in tiger shovel nose cat 1 6in gold severum i 4 in jack dempsy 1 10in kissing gourami
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 125 gallons
About Yourself: I love my fish like any other tank nut but i like to make and design new homes for my fish even more. i have several tanks 95g corner,125g,55g,40g seaclear,and a 50 g tall. i build custom 3d rock structures and do custom tank design. Please check out my facebook for all my tank designs so far and also contact me if u have any ideas i can help bring to life!

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