Photo #1 - 60 Gallon Freshwater Fish Tank

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Photo Caption: 60 gallon freshwater fish tank
60 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 60 gallon freshwater fish tank

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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: Tank dimensions: 48-1/4"L x 12-3/4"W x 57-3/4"H. 2 standard fluorescent bulbs. 2 Hagen aquaclear power filters (70) - I prefer to overfilter the tank due to overstocking of my tank, and also to keep beneficial bacteria at all times as I alternate replacement of filter cartridges in each power filter. Marineland Visi-Therm Stealth Submersible Aquarium Heater, 250 Watt.
Advice: Have patience and keep trying! Do your research on what types of fish will live together. Don't underestimate the importance of water changes to keep the health of your aquarium.
Fish Kept: 2 female guppies, 1 pearl gourami, 1 platinum gourami, 2 rosy barbs (1 male and 1 female), 1 rainbow shark, 2 pelvachromis kribensis (male and female pair), 3 corydoras catfish, 2 silver hatchetfish, 2 zebra nerite snails, 1 peacock eel and 3 longfin danios.
Corals/Plants: No live plants in this tank.
Tank Size: 60 gallons

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