Photo #1 - A Half And Half Tank (focusing On Aquarium Part!)

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Photo Caption: A half and half tank (focusing on aquarium part!)
75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - A half and half tank (focusing on aquarium part!)

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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: The Tank itself is 75 gallons but the water portion is appox. 12 gallons. the other half of the tank is a vivarium. The object as a hole is a pauludarium. It has a whisper 30 gal. filter on it (where the piece of glass is sealed to keep water of of the other side) and also an Eheim Recurculating pump for the waterfall in the background.
Advice: Clean Tank
Fish Kept: None yet but will update pics when I have some.
Corals/Plants: Some in the vivarium part.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: "When a man is born he begins to die"
About Yourself: I am 16 and have a love for biology and marine biology also for computers and technology.

COMMENTS

that is an awesome tank, please update when u have fish in there fish avatar
So much wisdom from such a young person.Go to school,get good grades and get a good job ichthology,herpatology or marine biology.So you can afford a huge tank!!!! fish avatar
wow dude that is hott fish avatar

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