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Photo Caption: This is my 3ft tropical fish tank i am hoping to get more plants and chnage the substrate to sand as i think this would look better
27 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my 3ft tropical fish tank i am hoping to get more plants and chnage the substrate to sand as i think this would look better

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: My tank is 3ft long 1ft wide and 1.2ft tall. My tank has a Fluval 2 plus filter and is heated by an Elite heater(Sorry dont know the model name).
Advice: Before you buy any fish i would recomend that you research what the fish need or you will find out the hard way like i did and loose fish.
Fish Kept: In my fish tank i have currently got three bala sharks, two red eye tetras, two bristlenose plecos one male and a female. I also have a large angelfish that is about 7 inches tall.
Corals/Plants: At the moment i only have one plant and i dont have a clue as to what it is.
Tank Size: 27 gallons

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