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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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I owned a Planted Tropical Tank too.. I gave all my wood and plants away to a mate.. The wood turns the water a funny colour and my silver dollars shredded the Plants.. I had another Planted tank with, 2 Oscars, 2 Murray Cod, 2 Spangled Perch, 2 lrge Silver Sharks, and a few Random Ciclids.. 10 goldfish at a time for food and they would last bout 5 mins.. fish avatar

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