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fish tank picture - sorry i havnt really updated but i have a 45 gal and a 75 right now my fish are getting big so im moving them into the 75 gal in the 75 are 3 red hocked silver 1$ and a oscar sucker fish one big one small and two other fish in the 45 gal
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Photo Caption: sorry i havnt really updated but i have a 45 gal and a 75 right now my fish are getting big so im moving them into the 75 gal in the 75 are 3 red hocked silver 1$ and a oscar sucker fish one big one small and two other fish in the 45 gal
fish tank picture - sorry i havnt really updated but i have a 45 gal and a 75 right now my fish are getting big so im moving them into the 75 gal in the 75 are 3 red hocked silver 1$ and a oscar sucker fish one big one small and two other fish in the 45 gal

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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: it is a 45 siting on a base with two doors and i have some fake plants a bubble machine
Advice: its a good hobbie even if you have a young kid get him a gold fish or to start get a 45 gal great starting tank and some basic fish that can take beating
Fish Kept: silver dollars, oscar and 5 other fish i dont know the names of
Corals/Plants: fake green plastic plants
Tank Size: 45 gallons
Quote: live each day to its fullest
About Yourself: i grew up all kind of animals and i love to have a bunch of animals but i cant

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