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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Rena Aqualife 150 Panoramic Beech Tropical Aquarium and Cabinet (about 150 litres). Heydor Ario 2 Geyser with Blue light
Advice: Keeping a nice aquarium is tougher then one would think but worth the effort once you get it looking nice. Best way to learn is on the go (and with a little help from google). Start off with a tank (preferably a small one) and take it from there. The main advice I can give is regular cleaning and water changes + a good filter is the most important thing. And one more thing, HAIR ALGAE IS EVIL!!!!!
Fish Kept: Mollys, Neon Tetras, Platys, Gourami a small orange pleco for helping with algae and one very big and shy cat fish.
Corals/Plants: Mix of plastic and silk plants, with Tahitian Moon Sand
Tank Size: 32 gallons
About Yourself: Student

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