It's a 90 gallon tank, thin bar stand, a perfect a' strip, fits all 48' long aquariums flourescent lamps.. secondnature whisper power filter.. big's Al's heater and pump...
Finding the right tank mates and have lots of patience, and always do a little research,
fake plants, some red rocks, then i made them to a cave, medium bell, a broken boat, fake log , bogwood and one big center piece, white gravel...
one man junk, is another man' treasure.!
I started with a 10 gallon tank, then bought a 90 gallon, love the hobby, looking forward to upgrading..
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