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Country: India
Description: 130 gallon freshwater tank. Two florescent bulbs. two bio sponge filters. One water heater. one homemade air stone. one digital thermometer. one glass thermometer.
Advice: Whatever you do, youre goin to lose fish. so dont get disheartened. and always double check when keeping different species of fish together
Fish Kept: 2 electric blue lobsters, 2 red lobsters, 6 glass shrimp, 2 tiger stingrays,2 green paradise fish, 2 albino paradise fish, 4 bat fish, 4 rainbow fish, 2 black red tail sharks, 2 albino red tail sharks, 3 dwarf gouramis, 2 clown loaches.
Corals/Plants: Plastic plants, Rocks, Wood pieces
Tank Size: 130 gallons
About Yourself: im a student heading for florida to start my culinary arts course. I started with one goldfish in a fishbowl and moved on from there. now i have 3 tanks. another with senegalese catfish, turtles and parrot fish and another is a breeding tank for shrimp but my pride is my 130 gallon. its extremely addictive. i enjoy waking up in the morning to see my batfish all at the front staring and following me from one end to the other. its just great

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