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Country: United Kingdom
Description: The size of my tank is 36x18x18, i have a Aquar Line 500 pump with 4 outlets, undergravel filter system, Fluval plus 3 using a carbon sponge filter, im not 2 sure on the lighting system. all i no is i got an aquar glo bulb.
Advice: start big but read up 1st and find out what fish can live together cos there's nothing worse than watchin an angel fish chase around a guppy and nipping its fins.
Fish Kept: 1 x Extra Large Zebra Pleco (20cm/8"), 2 x Female Speckled Mollys, 1 x Male Speckled Molly, 6 x Female Platys, 4 x Male Platys, 7 x Female Guppys, 6 x Male Guppys, 2 x Large Apple Jack Snails, 6 x Small Multi-Colored Apple Jack Snails, 2 x Female Dwarf Gourami, 1 x Male Dwarf Gourami, 5 x Zebra Danios, 5 x Gold Danios, 2 x Glass Catfish, 3 x Blue Neon Tetra, 6 x Black Neon Tetra, 2 x Pink Widow Tetra, 6 x Alge Eating shrimp, 1x Male Fighter, 10x Dwarf Frogs, Loads of guppy babies
Corals/Plants: i only keep fake plants i have a mixture of plastic and silk.
Tank Size: 22 gallons
Quote: Live Fast Die Young!!

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