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Photo Caption: 6FT x 2FTx 1.5FT 300watt Heater, 2100 L/PH internal filter NCF-1500 external filter Fish: 6 x Australian Monos 2 x Bala sharks 1 x Black shark (20cm+) 4x Rossy barbs (getting rid of them) Adding to tank: 1 X Pleco 10 x Yoyo loach
130 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 6FT x 2FTx 1.5FT 300watt Heater, 2100 L/PH internal filter NCF-1500 external filter Fish: 6 x Australian Monos 2 x Bala sharks 1 x Black shark (20cm+) 4x Rossy barbs (getting rid of them) Adding to tank: 1 X Pleco 10 x Yoyo loach

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Country: Australia
Description: 6FT x 2FTx 1.5FT 300watt Heater, 2100 L/PH internal filter NCF-1500 external filter Fish: 6 x Australian Monos 2 x Bala sharks 1 x Black shark (20cm+) 4x Rossy barbs (getting rid of them) Adding to tank: 1 X Pleco 10 x Yoyo loach
Advice: When setting up a new tank ebay is a very good place to get decorations, heaters, air pumps and filters
Fish Kept: 6 x Australian Monos 2 x Bala sharks 1 x Black shark (20cm+) 4x Rossy barbs (getting rid of them) Adding to tank: 1 X Pleco 10 x Yoyo loach
Corals/Plants: Silk is the way to go
Tank Size: 130 gallons
Quote: The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing
About Yourself: Grew up with a 4 ft tank all my life and parents gave it to me so i decided to sell it and get a larger 6ft one.

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