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Photo Caption: 55 gallon tank. 45 fish, all live plants, lava rocks and slate. A all natural habitat.
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 55 gallon tank. 45 fish, all live plants, lava rocks and slate. A all natural habitat.

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: my 55 gallon tank is all natural stuff you find in the wild. live plants real rocks, nothing is plastic! Makes the fish feel at home.
Advice: if you are looking for a natural habitat for fish do all live plants. no plastic rocks or people and stuff.
Fish Kept: 2 Congo tetras, 3 rednose tetras, 5 zebras, 5 neons, 3 cherry barbs, 3 tiger barbs, 3 swordtails, 2 angle fish, 3 lemon tetras, 3 red eye tetras, 3 clouds,bumble bee catfish, cory catfish, spotted pleco, 3 Columbia tetras, sliver dollar, 3 red longfin tetras, 2 bowfin
Corals/Plants: 12 jungle val, 8 Italian val, 8 Contortion, val, 3 java fern, 3 Diandra, 3 Red Wendtii Crypt, 3 Anubias Barteri
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: i love fishing and i love fish tanks

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