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Photo Caption: 55 gallon freshwater tank, 1 Oscar, 1 female Convict, 5 Tiger Barbs. Natural gravel to match the wood walls and stand. Fillstar lvl3 canister filter.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 55 gallon freshwater tank, 1 Oscar, 1 female Convict, 5 Tiger Barbs. Natural gravel to match the wood walls and stand. Fillstar lvl3 canister filter.

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: 1 freshwater 55 gallon, 1 freshwater 30 gallon, and one fresh water 15 gallon.
Advice: better filter better water
Fish Kept: Oscar, Jack Dempsy, Convicts, Tiger Barbs, Chinese algea eater, white tipped shark, african chichlids....
Corals/Plants: oscars + plants = bad
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Fish
About Yourself: I'm a tattoo artist who spends most of his off time admiring fish, and shopping at the many fish supply stores around. I try to visit That Fish Place, in Lancaster, Pa once amonth for fish supplies. Have had two Oscars over the past years, I believe Oscars are truelly one of the greatest freshwater fish available for fish enthusiasts.

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very clear and crisp tank...ps going for my 5th tatt this week... it will be yin and yang fish! lol fish avatar

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