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75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My community tank

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Country: Australia
Description: Tank is an AquaOne 120 Grande. 285L with a Wet/Dry Trickle filter with 3 filter bays on top and an internal power head. 1 300w heater and 3 aquarium lights (including 1 UV) not sure of the wattage.
Advice: Research! Not only is it essential but it can be fun researching tanks and equipment, not to mention the fish as well!
Fish Kept: Community tank - 1 Banded Leporinus, 1 Pakistani Loach, 3 Clown Loaches, 1 Gold Gourami, 1 Dwarf Blue Gourami, 1 Dwarf Coral Gourami. More to come one these guys are settled in!
Corals/Plants: Plants are all fake, they are easier to maintain (obviously!) and they keep the tank cleaner.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: Started with goldfish in a massive brandy glass before I switched to tropical when I got a 130L for a bargain price. Have since upgraded to this one.

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