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Photo Caption: This is my 55 gallon tank, I am not finished with fake plants yet, but its comming along very nicely
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my 55 gallon tank, I am not finished with fake plants yet, but its comming along very nicely

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon rectangular tank
Advice: Start small, learn, and gain experience in keeping fish, work your way to bigger and better tanks.
Fish Kept: In this tank I have 2 Blood Parrot Cichlids, 3 Jellybeans (not dyed), 9 Tiger Barbs, 6 BlackSkirt Tetras, 3 Clown Loaches, 1 Angelfish, 2 Kuhlie Loaches, 4 Albino Corydoras, 2 Panda Corydoras, 3 Snails and 1 Peacock Eel.......Yes I have alot, but I make sure that my tank is clean and everyone gets along...amazingly!!!!!
Corals/Plants: I have 2 live plants from WalMart, and the rest are artificial.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Even the most experienced of keepers fall on hard times
About Yourself: I'm addicted to fish....I tell my better-half it could be worse, I could be addicted to shoes!

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