Photo #1 - New Pics Of My Tank.i Noticed That My Tank Was L...

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Photo Caption: new pics of my tank.i noticed that my tank was labled as a reef tank.it is NOT a reef tank,its a freshwater tank. i just wanted the look of a reef tank.
55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - new pics of my tank.i noticed that my tank was labled as a reef tank.it is NOT a reef tank,its a freshwater tank. i just wanted the look of a reef tank.
fish tank picture - and yet more,yes i know its all artificial,i just hope everyone enjoys the look i have tried to accomplish.
fish tank picture - other pics i have taken

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon freshwater tank with artificial coral and plastic plants and some real plants.undergravel filtration system,60 gal power filter,power head,200 watt heater.tetra whisper 60 gal.THIS IS NOT A CORAL REEF TANK.this is just my own creation of what i want in a tank. dual pump ,3 way gang valve.marine glo actinic blue lighting system. water temp is 78 degrees.diet consists of tetra flake,freeze dried blood worms, freeze dried brine shrimp.
Advice: take your time setting up your tank,be patient and read up and gather as much info as you can.above all..enjoy your hobby!
Fish Kept: three silver dollars,four buenos aries tetras.more comming soon.
Corals/Plants: artificial corals and plants,a few live plants but will be adding more soon.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: be patient,work hard and good things will come.
About Yourself: tank was anniversary gift from wife.i have been keeping tanks for about 25 years. i have just upgraded from a 29 gal and this is my first 55 gal.i am just a regular hard working blue collar guy.i deeply enjoy the aquarium hobby and hope to continue for years to come.

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