40 Gallon Breeder tank Aquarium Stand with hidden sump doors.

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This is my 40 gallon Freshwater Aquarium on a stand that I personally built. The fish stock is as follows:
2 Angelfish
1 molly
1 dwarf gourami
1 Bolivian Ram
4 cory cats
2 upside down cats
3 neon tetras
2 bloodfin tetras
1 stripped fish (not sure of species)
40 Gallon Breeder AquariumDimensions/Size: 36"x18"x16"Weight: 52.8 lbs
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First, buy the biggest aquarium you can afford and your floor can support. (If you live in a modular or mobile home, consider carefully the sobering fact that a full 55-gallon tank weighs more than 500 pounds! A few years back, I got a 55 and my trailer always seemed a bit more wobbly.) I recommend large tanks not on account of machismo but because a large body of water reacts more slowly to temperature and chemical changes, providing a more stable environment. I like to use 48-inch-long 40- and 55-gallon tanks, as this length is just right for a shop light. The 40-gallon breeder tanks are less desirable, since a 48-inch shop light hangs over a few inches on each side. Tetra Whisper Aquarium Air Pump, For 40 gallon Aquariums
Photo provided by FlickrFeaturing a modern, stylish design, the all-new Nuvo Black 40 Gallon Black Rimless Aquarium is the perfect way to accentuate your
Photo provided by Flickr40 Gallons Aquarium Stands
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Anybody who has taken a look around our website knows that we’re big fans of SeaClear products, and this 40 gallon fish tank is no exception. It’s a starter aquarium kit, which means it comes with a whole bunch of goodies to help you get started on your fishy adventure. Here’s the main features of this 40 gallon beauty:At less than $150, this is an incredibly cheap aquarium stand – especially considering the size and design of it. This stand will not only provide great support and protection for your 40 gallon fish tank, it also looks great and could act as a stylish piece of furniture in any home. It also has space for other items that you might need for your fish, and the picture even shows it storing books! Here are some of the main features:This is a 40 gallon System II aquarium, which is not only a fish tank with an awesome name, it’s also an awesome tank full stop! It comes with a variety of features that make it simple to instantly create the perfect environment for your fishy friend. Here are the important features:Like we said, and like it says in the title, this is a 40-gallon tank. We’ve done reviews of quite a few 5-gallons aquariums, so it might be a little hard to grasp just how big this aquarium is. In fact, many people become intimidated when they see the 40 in the title, and think that this is a huge, lumbering object made of glass, and that it will be inhumanely heavy.If you boast a larger collection of fish, or you possess a larger individual fish, then you might consider getting a bigger tank. Well, if that is so, then let us present to you the SeaClear 40-gallon Acrylic Aquarium Combo Set. This aquarium is one of the best large tanks (one of the best 40-galloners, we should say), and is definitely worth checking out.On the other note, this aquarium is not made of glass, but acrylic (again, in the title). Acrylic is much lighter, but much tougher than glass. This, in turn, does a great bit of merit to the aquarium itself, as it makes it more manageable. Not only that, but the aquarium is much less prone to breaking (which would be a REALLY bad thing with 40 gallons of water), making it an excellent choice if you want to expand, but are worried because you’ve got unruly kids, or, worse, pets.