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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: We have a 4 tanks up and running right now. 75 Gallon Planted Tank, 2 x 46 Gallon Bow Fronted Tanks, and a 10 Gallon Snail Breeding Tank.
Advice: Go slow, take your time and make sure everything is just right. Don't add fish until you are sure everything is Perfect
Fish Kept: Our first 46 Gallon Bow Front is home to our Baby Oscar "Oggy" for now (Don't worry he will be upgraded to a bigger tank.) Our second 46 Gallon Bow Front is home to 1 Red Tail Shark(Scooby who owns the tank), 2 Glo-Light Tetras, 1 Cloud Minow, wayyyyyy to many guppies to count, 2 Mystery Snails, and various other snails which I have no clue how they got in there. The 10 Gallon is our Snail tank, which we use to breed snails for our puffers. And our 75 Gallon Planted tank is home to 2 Figure Eight Puffers, 7 Dwarf Puffers, 4 Bumblebee Gobys, 2 Flying Foxes, 1 Large Red Tailed Shark "Jaws", 4 Hill Stream Loachs, and many a ghost shrimp.
Corals/Plants: Our 75 Gallon has many varies plants. Our 10 Gallon also has a few plants and Moss for the snails.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
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