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Country: United Kingdom
Description: length. 36 inch, height. 24 inches, depth 16 inches. sizes are to the inside of the tank. using under gravel filter and a fluvel u4 internal filter.
Advice: be paitent, take it slow and reserch fish compatability. although sometimes trial and error is the best way to learn, because even the experts dont always give you info that works in your tank.
Fish Kept: i have three tanks with all sorts. my best fish are blue acara, oscar, parrot cichlid, convict, jewel cichlid, red fin albino shark, spotted pimelodella, love my breeding platy`s and sailfin mollys.
Corals/Plants: vallisneria, echinodous ( amozon sword plant )
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: paitence
About Yourself: got my first tank from a friend who was having a baby and couldnt look after it. fish addiction soon followed. lol

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this is going to sound like the stupidest question ever but how did you get the cucumber to sink mine floats lol fish avatar
i like the red fish up on the top left it looks like it on fire fish avatar

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