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90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My first tank, lots of fun! 90 Gal, gauramis, barbs, parrots, catfish, alage eater, sharks. Driftwood from the Hudson River, river rocks, some live plant and some silk.
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Photo Caption: My first tank, lots of fun! 90 Gal, gauramis, barbs, parrots, catfish, alage eater, sharks. Driftwood from the Hudson River, river rocks, some live plant and some silk.
90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My first tank, lots of fun! 90 Gal, gauramis, barbs, parrots, catfish, alage eater, sharks. Driftwood from the Hudson River, river rocks, some live plant and some silk.

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 90 gal freshwater tank, undergavel filter and canister filter. Tropical community fish. Real and fake plants, river rocks and driftwood.
Advice: Being new also, don't stress over every little thing, take time to sit back and enjoy!
Fish Kept: I have a total of 27 fish. 2 catfish, 1 algee eater, 2 parrot, 4 gauramis, 3 black tipped sharks, tin foil, and many different types of barbs!
Corals/Plants: mix of real and fake. some grass, bannana plants, and others that I have no idea of the name! River rocks and driftwood
Tank Size: 90 gallons
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