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Photo Caption: This is my first ever aquarium. 90 litres, Aqua One tank. A work in progress...learning as I go. Currently have 8 serpaes, 10 black neons, 2 albino cories and 2 otos. Only problem is, now I'm hooked and want another, bigger aquarium!
25 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my first ever aquarium. 90 litres, Aqua One tank. A work in progress...learning as I go. Currently have 8 serpaes, 10 black neons, 2 albino cories and 2 otos. Only problem is, now I'm hooked and want another, bigger aquarium!

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Country: Australia
Description: This is my first ever aquarium. 90 litres, Aqua One tank. A work in progress...learning as I go. Only problem is, now I'm hooked and want another, bigger aquarium!
Advice: Read as much as you can and ask as many questions as you can think of
Fish Kept: Currently have 8 serpaes, 10 black neons, 2 albino cories and 2 otos.
Corals/Plants: various
Tank Size: 25 gallons
Quote: "If it bleeds we can kill it!"
About Yourself: Casino dealer

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