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Photo Caption: The Gathering, This is a 125 gallon tank with a number of different Fancy Goldfish in it. The tank has been in the works about a year now and we are in hopes to have it the way we want it in about another year or so.
125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - The Gathering, This is a 125 gallon tank with a number of different Fancy Goldfish in it. The tank has been in the works about a year now and we are in hopes to have it the way we want it in about another year or so.

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Country: Canada
Description: This is a 125 gallon tank that my girlfriend and I have been building up for about a year now. The tank is 72"x18"x24" with 1/2" glass. For the time being we have a 48"double strip flourecent light hanging from the ceiling. we are runing an Aqua-clear 110 and 70 for filtration and will be upgrading the 70 for another 110 in the near future.
Advice: Keep em alive :)
Fish Kept: We have 3 Red Cap, 2 Blue, and 1 R/ B Oranda, 2 Calico, and 1 Red Ranchu, 1 multi-color Lionhead, W/R Veiltail, 1 R/W Crown Pearlscale and one common Pleco in the tank. Oh yeah, two Yellow Apple snails as well
Corals/Plants: Dead Coral, Lava Rock, Plastic plant
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: Hmmmm

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This is an old picture. It was a cold water tank and in the winter months it would drop down to about 20-21. We have since converted that tank to a SA-CA Cichlid tank. We currently have 2F Flower Horns, M/F pair of Red Devils, 1F Albino Oscar, 1M Texas and 1F Managuense and a lonley African Nangu Frontosa. I'll try to find a good pic of them and post it. fish avatar

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