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Submitted By: Alan on
Photo Caption: 37 gal, 6 Tiger barbs, 2 Rainbow sharks, 2 Limporitus ?, 2 Snails
37 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 37 gal, 6 Tiger barbs, 2 Rainbow sharks, 2 Limporitus ?, 2 Snails

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: I just purchased a used 37 gal tank with stand/with light I added a Aqua-tech 30-60gal power filter plus a undergravel filtering system because I like bubbles :)
Fish Kept: 3 Tiger barbs, and 2 sharks
Corals/Plants: all articficial
Tank Size: 37 gallons

COMMENTS

I have the same decorations in my tank!!! Go Wal-Mart. If you care about any suggestions, I cut off all the plants with the vibrant colors, the ones that look like the came from Hawii's rain forest, not from the Amazon. The green leaves are awesome looking, but the flowers don't fit. You may want to consider cutting them off and reposting the picture and see if you get higher ratings and a more natural looking tank. Overall, I think your tank looks nice. fish avatar

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