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Photo Caption: This is an updated pic of my 240, I took out the river rock and put in sand, The reason I took out the river rock is because I couldn't clean the the rocks like I wanted to, and to give it more like a lake bottom look
fish tank picture - This is an updated pic of my 240, I took out the river rock and put in sand, The reason I took out the river rock is because I couldn't clean the the rocks like I wanted to, and to give it more like a lake bottom look

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: 96x24x24 is the dimension, acrylic custom made by truvu the stand was also custom made 2, 32 inches doors and the middle is also 32 inch. lighting is all T-8 5050 and antic bulbs. i used all river rock for the substrate because i got tired of the fish digging holes and moving the rocks around. I am using 2 rena xp 4 filters and under gravel filter, also 4 penguin 1140 power heads and 2 rena 300 watt heaters
Advice: take it slow and let nature take its course when setting up and cycling the tank, be careful who you choose for your tank mates even if you think they are big enought.
Fish Kept: 2 pacu, 2 jack dempsey, 1 pike fish, 3 oscars, 1 flower horn, 3 iridescent sharks, 1 jaguar cichlid, 2 plecos,1 convict cichlid, 1 ornate bichir, 2 catfish, 1 king kong cichlid and 1 24 inch silver arrowana
Corals/Plants: fake plants
Tank Size: 240 gallons
Quote: lifes a bi*ch
About Yourself: I started out with a 10 gallon starter tank from petsmart and just fell in love with aquariums, then I got 2, 20 gallon tanks then I combined them into a 55 gallon tank then I wanted bigger so i went to 100, then I wanted bigger so I went to a 180, then I wanted bigger so I went to a 240, It remains to me seen if I go BIGGER!!!

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