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125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 125 gold fish tank

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: We got this acrylic tank for free, it had been set up as a saltwater tank. We have a simple 29 gallon sump set up underneath. I don't know what kind of light fixture it is but we have a laguna pump for the sump.
Advice: Don't listen to most pet super stores! Do lots of online research and remember, there is always some trial and error involved when you first start fish keeping.
Fish Kept: I initially found this tank for my african lungfish but it was too tall for him so we moved him to a 50 and threw out goldfish in there. We have a variety of goldfish, including orandas, a black moor, a panda moor, some calico fantails, and some assorted commons and comets. There are also a few guppies in there and a tadpole who is just growing his legs.
Corals/Plants: The only plant that survives the goldies is anacharis.
Tank Size: 125 gallons

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