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90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - this is my tank it house the following 1 cory 2 peecock eels 2 chinese algea eaters 1 clownknife the tank has 2 bio filters and a 36 inch light strip one small pump to create a small current
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Photo Caption: this is my tank it house the following 1 cory 2 peecock eels 2 chinese algea eaters 1 clownknife the tank has 2 bio filters and a 36 inch light strip one small pump to create a small current
90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - this is my tank it house the following 1 cory 2 peecock eels 2 chinese algea eaters 1 clownknife the tank has 2 bio filters and a 36 inch light strip one small pump to create a small current

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State: Idaho
Country: United States
Description: my 90 gal tank 36 inch hood light 2 penguin 350s, light airation
Advice: be patient patients will help you more than any advice
Fish Kept: 2 chinese algea eaters 2 peacock eels 1 small black ghost knife 1 cory
Corals/Plants: all artificial plants some are fabric some are plastic, large center piece of driftwwod
Tank Size: 90 gallons
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About Yourself: got into the hobby a few years ago this is my 2nd tank.learning alot

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Fantastic set up fish avatar
Nice tank. looks really wild. fish avatar

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