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Photo Caption: Jebo R390 bow front and cabinet, trickle filtration and Fluval 303 canister. Red rock and driftwood, custom rock/plant background, white sand, etc
50 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Jebo R390 bow front and cabinet, trickle filtration and Fluval 303 canister. Red rock and driftwood, custom rock/plant background, white sand, etc
freshwater fish - astronotus ocellatus - albino oscar stocking in 50 gallons tank - JB!

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Country: Australia
Description: Jebo R390 bow front and cabinet, trickle filtration and Fluval 303 canister. Red rock and driftwood, custom rock/plant background, white sand, etc
Advice: Can never have too much filtration.
Fish Kept: Tiger Oscar(Blacky), Albino Oscar (JB), 2 x Pearl Horseface(Horsey1,Horsey2), Green Severum (Greeny), Elelphantnose(Jelly)
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: For those 10 seconds or less I'm free.

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wow and look at those happy smiling faces too! great tank and fish! fish avatar
I LOVE THE FISH AND SETUP!!!THE TANKS LOOKS SOOO CLEAN fish avatar

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