Photo #2 - My Freshwater 135 Gallon Nighttime.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: I have a 135 gallon that I just upgraded to. I had a veriety of fish that I transfered over. I'm running a canister filter for 175 gallon tank with a top filter with two bio wheels for a 94 gallon tank. I also have 2 300w heaters.
Advice: Do your homework! Use your imagination. With aquariums sky is the limit.
Fish Kept: A pair of Kribs, pair of German blue rams, pair of German gold rams, school of rosey tetras, Buenos Aires tetras, austrailian rainbows etc
Corals/Plants: Fake plants, River rock, plays sand for the substrate, drift wood and some fake wood pieces.
Tank Size: 135 gallons

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