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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: Designed from Glass And Steel this Custom Made, 90 Gallon apparatus measures 36 Inches across and about 18 Inches from the wall. The 3-Dimensional back ground helps my pets feel safe and at home. I try to offer them a slice of the waters they were captured in. And in turn they are not as skitish as they are offen described. My fish almost always greet me when I approach the glass. Although I added wattage for the picture, the lighting in this tank is the murkiest, darkest luminescence I could find on the planet. Amazon style. I have 1 canister style filter manufactured by "Rena" and 2 in water filter/pumps designed by "Rio". On the ground level I incorporated black river stones and tree roots. It gives the tank underground tunnels and hiding spots for its inhabitants and their prey. This feature makes feeding time the high light of their day, and mine.
Advice: Visualize it Before You Build it and please, keep it Natural. Your Fish will be happier. Just remember the saying. "Nourish your Fish tank and it will Nourish your Mind."
Fish Kept: Scientifically known as Pygocentrus Nattereri "AKA" what the Layman calls the "Red Bellied Piranha."
Corals/Plants: Silk Type Plants and Natural Driftwood. Tree roots and ohhh yea Black River Stones to set the mood.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: Under Water The Fish Dont Stink
About Yourself: Sorry, I dont have much technical advice for the new hobbyist because I am somewhat new to this sport myself. I once had a 55 gallon but had to relieve myself of it for the sake of space. Now I have a new custom style tank that has very unusual dimensions. It was and is quite a challenge interior decorating and mantaining such an unusual tank. But I was up for it. I love being different. At the end of the day i know I have a one of a kind.
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