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Photo Caption: 55 gallons, tropical fish, ancient ruins 3 piece kit, fake plants, and rocks (sorry for the bad pic. quality)
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 55 gallons, tropical fish, ancient ruins 3 piece kit, fake plants, and rocks (sorry for the bad pic. quality)

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: my dad has a 180 gallon tank and a koi pond out side so i got one of my own. Im brand new to fish tanks, never took care of one, but im doing really good it's clear (sorry for the pic. quality.) theres about 60-70 fish all non-aggressive tropical fish. If you have any comments or help-ful advice that would be great!!!!!!!
Advice: ummmmmmmmmm feed-um
Fish Kept: tropical fish about 60-70
Corals/Plants: all fake plants, ancient ruins 3 piece set, and some rocks
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: is that shiny one aggressive...yeha.....damn!
About Yourself: i wanted one for my room because i thought it would look cool. plus it gets the ladies. lol and my dad has 2 bigger ones

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check the rule of thumb on inches of fish to gals of water. fish avatar

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