Photo #10 - This Is The Top View Of My Tank

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Photo Caption: this is the top view of my tank
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Country: United Kingdom
Description: large with lot's of fish my tank has 1 coolies loach's 3 hatchets 3 empra tetras 3 black widow tetras 1 catfish 2golden nugget plecos 1 horse head loach 1 yoyo loach
Fish Kept: 1 coolies loach's 3 hatchets 3 empra tetras 3 black widow tetras 1 catfish 2golden nugget plecos 1 horse head loach 1 yoyo loach
Corals/Plants: live plants fack plants and bog wood
Tank Size: 180 gallons
Quote: so....
About Yourself: i think plecos are the best fish

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