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Photo Caption: New 55 gallon set-up. Changed out blue gravel for black gravel and added a new background.Buying plants and driftwood next week.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - New 55 gallon set-up. Changed out blue gravel for black gravel and added a new background.Buying plants and driftwood next week.

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State: South Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon glass tank, 2 15 watt Fluorescent Lights, Top Fin (60)Fliter, Tetra Heater 50 lbs. of black gravel
Fish Kept: (1) Red tailed-shark, (2) Bala Shark, (1) Sucker(2) Serpae tetras(3) Mixed Molleys.
Corals/Plants: artificial plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: We have always been interested in fish and the only thing that has held us back is that this hobby can become expensive,we started out with a 1 gallon tank that holds 2 small goldfish, and now we have a 55 gallon fish tank that was given to us from a friend that didn't want it anymore. My husband is in the Air Force and I am a Student and a full-time mother of 1. We are here for tips and advice on how to make an awesome enviorment for our fish...

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