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Country: Australia
Description: Well its a 4ft freshwater tank, it has a 1200L/hr canister filter with carbon, bio noodles, sponge and bioballs.Lighting is a 4ft T5 high output fluro with 8 tubes(really bright), 200w heater, homemade 40L bio ball filter, got a layer of gravel on bottom then a layer of sand on top of that to provide a good thick substrate for good plant support, ive got a big 250 clean plastic barrel outside alreadys ready to go with treated fresh and constantly aerated water for water changed and emergencys, ive got set up spare tanks for any agressive or sick fish.
Advice: The bigger the better!!!!!!!!!! and letting it cycle properly!
Fish Kept: in my 50L smaller tank ive got a bristlenose catfish and a red and black shark
Corals/Plants: theres a few java fern in the small tank and some other plant
Tank Size: 60 gallons
About Yourself: for a job i sell massive big pond fish(koi) so i spend alot of time around fish

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