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Photo Caption: 55 gallon fish tank with electric yellow, cory, koi and barbs
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 55 gallon fish tank with electric yellow, cory, koi and barbs

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: river rocks, dead live rock, fake plants, red and white koi, tinfoil barb, 4 cory, 2 black spot barb and 5 baby electric yellow cichlids.
Advice: No advice yet, doing this to test out electric yellows in a community fish tank like.
Fish Kept: Koi, Electric Yellow Cichlid, Tinfoil Red Tail Barb, Sterba's Cory
Corals/Plants: fake plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Why do it today when you can do it tomorrow.
About Yourself: I remember my very first fish tank, if you can call it that, i was around 5-7 years old, I used to go fishing by myself at a local river, cought some little guppy like fish, placed it on a large plastic that was covering the wood outside. Made that plastic in a way to hold some water where i would see my little fish everyday, till it would die then would go out and get another one :). love fish, been having fish tanks since i could remember.

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