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Photo Caption: Old TV converted into Aquarium
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Old TV converted into Aquarium

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Country: Australia
Description: 10 gallon 26" Tropical Freswater Tank. Built from old freestanding TV fascia, but the cabinet has been rebuilt with craftwood and has a flip top lid. Standard reflector, heater and filter.
Advice: Cycle your tank !
Fish Kept: 1 x Siamese Fox 1 x Angel Fish 1 x Bristle Nose 8 x Harlequin Tetra 3 x Neon Tetra
Corals/Plants: Java Fern Anubis
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: Why do today what you can put off until tomorrow
About Yourself: Always liked aquariums, woodwork and aquariums...so I combined all 3 hobbies into one

COMMENTS

That is too cool!!! LOVE it!! Great job on your tank. fish avatar
LOOKS GREAT. AWESOME JOB!! fish avatar
now theres a show i would sit and watch , great job fish avatar
Great Idea wish it was mine. Looks GOOD.... fish avatar
that is too sweet i want one now. I have never seen a tank like that very original. fish avatar
What a fantastic idea!! Hey this is an awesome example of recycling..ha ha. I absolutely luv this. fish avatar

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