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50 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - newest
50 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - my tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: just got this tank it is mostly plants nice piece of wood and some yellow stones it has all jewl equipment ( filter heater lighting ) this is my first large tank as i am 13 years old. i am hoping to change the tank in the near future
Advice: start off smaller tank then work up as it is alot harder starting big. Jewl is really good for filter keeps water really clean anti algae too.
Fish Kept: 2 types of cat fish 10 neon tetras 5 zebra danios 3 lepord danios 2 golden danios 2 khuli loachs 1 female fighting fish and a honey gourami 2 dwarf gouramis 2 swordfins 4 blood fin tetras
Corals/Plants: just some i got from varios pet shops
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: dont know
About Yourself: i got into the hobby because when i was younger i had some fish and have been brought up with them and now finnaly got my own large tank

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