135 gallon aquarium at the former Joey's in Conway.

My 135 gallon freshwater aquarium.
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Due to the amount of reptiles I caught, my cousin gave me her 135 Gallon Aquarium. The thing was a bitch to move honestly. Just me and my girlfriend moved it from the cousin’s house into my apartment. My apartment on the second floor. Unfortunatly it was about 400 pounds so that was pretty painful and akward, but we got it going and all set up. At this point is when I started burning cash due to the inexperience of setting one of these things up.

This is my 135 gallon aquarium. It looks ALOT better IRL.
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These plans are for a 135-gallon aquarium stand: 96" x 18" x 24" (L x W x H). Notwithstanding, the instructions allow you to modify the measurements to match any aquarium size needed. Note: This is only a one person project. 135 Gallon Regular Dual Reef Ready Framed Aquarium With Plumbing Kit
Photo provided by Flickr135 Gallon Regular Single Reef Ready Framed Aquarium With Plumbing Kit
Photo provided by Flickr135 Gallon aquarium.
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This is a mostly silent video of my 135 gallon freshwater fish and turtle tank. The tank houses 1 razorback musk turtle, 1 3-striped mud turtle, and 1 Mississippi turtle. The fish are mostly semi-aggressive including the following.

South American cichlids:
1 Chocolate cichlid
1 Green Severum
2 Blue Acaras
3 Angelfish

1 African cichlid: turquoise jewel
1 Rainbow Shark
1 Rosaline Shark
2 Giant Danios
2 Kissing Gouramis
2 large Plecos
1 Silver Dollar
1 Cory Catfish

The danios and rosaline shark are in the process of being removed to a 55 gallon rainbow tank, but they are just so fast so I cant get them all at once.

For filtration I use a Fluval FX 5 (with biological and mechanical media and filter floss0, an Eheim 2217 (with biological and mechanical media, filter floss and a coarse blue sponge), and a Cascade 1000 (with rite-size cut to fit sponges). These 3 filters keep my nitrates, nitrites, and ammonia at 0. pH is kept at a steady 7.0 with Seachem's Neutral Regulator. I also use API Aquarium salt and Seachem Prime, and I do 50% water changes every 7 days.A Bit cloudy =(( 135 Gallon Aquarium Set up
2 Red Devils
4 Cichlids Demasoni (2 are babies)
Green Terror
Spotted Catfish
Common Pleco
Red Tail Cat Fish
Tiger Oscar
and a Goldfish that refuses to Die
Pink Kissing Gourami
4 Crayfish(2 White 2 Blue)
and some snails hiding in the substrateSo I bought this tank in a rush and didn't take quite the effort I should have in it's purchase. You see while I got a good price I didn't pay attention to the fact that it was scratched. Let this be a lesson to you, this was a turtle tank! You can tell because the main stay of the scratches are at a single level of the tank, or where the water level would have been when the turtle was in the tank. So I'm happy with my fish, but not quite happy with the quality of glass they're living in. As a result I'm looking into getting another 135 to replace this one with at least halfway pristine glass! Wish me luck!

This is also the first video I'm shooting of this tank and the separated peacock and haps. Still trying to get my boreyli to not be such a jack acted, but these things take time. Introducing the 135 gallon peacock and hap aquarium!

Mainly African Cichlid Aquarium. Supported by two 36'' Aquarium Masters LED's as well as Fluval canister filter models; 405, FX5, and a SunSun 304b.Mainly African Cichlid Aquarium. Supported by two 36'' Aquarium Masters LED's as well as Fluval canister filter models; 306, 405, and FX5. Over 40 Species of Fish in this 135 gallon aquarium.