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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: 300 Gallon Glass tank 12 foot long X 18 Inches wide X 27 Inches tall... Keep it at 82 degrees F.... Using 4 300 watt Heaters... Using 4 Aqua Clear 110/500... Using 2 H.O.T Canister filters Using 1 floor canister filter connected to a fluidized Bed ...I use only 2 - 25watt regular light bulbs to keep it natural (except when taking photos...because they wont show up with dim lighting }. 1 Rena 400 Air Pump with 3 air stones ... 40 gallon water change every 2 weeks and top offs daily due to evaporation.
Advice: Dream Big ...You can make your Dreams Come True Make your take the way it makes you happy .Do it for you ....That's what truly counts
Fish Kept: Angelfish, Neon Tetras, Black Neons , Bolivian Rams, Black Skirt Neons, Columbian Tetras, Phantom Tetras, Pristine Tetras, Cory Cats, Banjo Catfish, Spotted and Striped Rafael Catfish Clown Pleco,Bristelnose Pleco, FISH in other Tanks ... Red Oscar, Firemouths, Uaru, Texas and Chocolate Cichlid
Corals/Plants: All Silk Plants Huge Real Stumps and Driftwood Large Rocks
Tank Size: 300 gallons
Quote: Its a Addiction !
About Yourself: Also have a 115 Gallon Tank with 1 Red Oscar and 2 Firemouths

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