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Country: Australia
Description: I'm not too sure, about 150-200 litres
Advice: `research which types of fish go well together `ask fish and aquarium stores for advice if you dont know `give you fish a balanced and varied diet (research it) ` and never buy fish from tanks which have dead ones in them
Fish Kept: 1 large silver shark 1 gold algae eater 2 brown algae eaters 2 bristle nose catfish 6 tigerbarbs 8 paradise fish (offspring of my late paradise partners =[ ) 1 tetra ( all the rest have dies over the years, this one has been a survivor) and pleanty of fresh water shrimp
Corals/Plants: plastic plants at the moment, i find its too expensive to keep real plants in my tank because my fish love organic matter.
Quote: If at first you dont succeed, try and try again =]
About Yourself: i love fish.. aquariums look great and make awesome focal points.. they are quite entertaining.. better than a tv..

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Sorry Yellow "EEL TAILED" Catfish.. fish avatar
They are a awesome school fish bro you're right.. I have had many schools of Many different Tetras and they were a Fav.. My most fav would have to be my "Yellow Salmon Tail Catfish" man they do loops and rolls over each other and when theyre tired they use each other for pillows.. fish avatar

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