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Photo Caption: One of a kind fish tank
250 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - One of a kind fish tank

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Country: Canada
Description: This home made plywood tank was my first home built tank but wanted it to stand out on its own. Building it with as far as I know, with its own actual land mass and built in waterfall and fountain, it should give it a class of its own for sure. The center piece is quartz crystal waterfall rock weighing in at 80lbs, which is ran by a REANA PX4 filter and another REANA PX4 running the fountain. I also have a two 250watt heaters keeping the tank at a nice 80c. You wanna watch it you can find it on " YouTube " under my user name Rakeds10 Please let me know what you think, thank you
Advice: Non at this time
Fish Kept: Black Ghost Knifefish, Tire Track Eel, Zucchini Catfish, Peppermint Plecostomus (L-31)
Corals/Plants: No corals just fake vine for now
Tank Size: 250 gallons
Quote: Getr done
About Yourself: This dream all start back when I was 14 years old with a 5gal fish tank. As I watched my fish I started thinking what if there was more to look at other than just fish? So I start dividing my tank and filling it with soil and adding grass and small creatures such as frogs, turtles, and newts. Now I had something new and different to watch in my tank every time. Once I had it figured out started working on moving tank sizes and what more I could put in a community tank. Hope you enjoy, you can see the video on YouTube under user name rakeds10 check it out and let my know what you think, thank you

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