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32 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - up 2 date pic of my tank

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Country: Wales
Description: the tank is a aqua one 850 the size is 84 x 58 x 44 cm with 6mm glass. The light 2 x 30in 25w / 1 x 23.5in 20w flow rate : 1000 ltr / hr pump power : 220 ~ 240 v (all bilt in the hood) Aquarium volume : 165 ltr
Advice: my best advice would b decide what u want to keep first ( gold's / trop's / salt's ) read up as much as u can about it. then take your time putting it all together. people think keeping goldfish is easy........ its not
Fish Kept: 2 black dragon-eyed moor 1 copper dragon-eyed moor 2 pander dragon-eyed moors i find goldfish have individual personlity and are better looking than the trop's.
Corals/Plants: they do love to eat the live ones
Tank Size: 32 gallons
Quote: be careful of what u wish for = u might get it
About Yourself: hi my name's peter im 32 years old and this is y im in to fish = i have to thank my dad. i can rememder sitting infrunt of his tank (trop's) and watching then for houers at a time and they are so peaceful to watch and now i have my own i feel hes that much closer to me have a look at the other pic's i have

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