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Photo Caption: Work in progress, building custom princess castle with the family.
75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Work in progress, building custom princess castle with the family.
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State: Missouri
Country: United States
Description: Work in progress. 6 live plants, multiple fake plants and decor, DIY princess castle coming soon.Sunsun hw-403b canister, whisper 30-60 hob, ecolux f40 t8.
Advice: If you like it, do it. If you love it, be dedicated...
Fish Kept: x6 White Skirt Tetra x6 Serpae Tetra x6 Black Tetra x15 Neon Tetra x5 Zebra Danio X1 red claw crab
Corals/Plants: Multiple plants
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: "If you think we can't change the world, that just means that you're not one of those that will\" #Fishlivesmatter
About Yourself: Got out off the hobby a few years ago. Just getting going again. Setting up 75gallon for the family, restoring a 140gallon oceanic for my mancave/office.

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