Description: It's not a great tank, but it will do for a beginner like me ^^ It's a 95 litre Fluval Elite Style coldwater aquarium (80x30x40cm) The lighting is a sun-glo but thats all i know :( My filtration includes a Fluval Plus 2, and a smaller Fluval Plus 1 for the extra fish I keep.
Advice: Not really as I'm new myself.. sorry :(
Fish Kept: I'm not sure of the exact names of each, but a standard Goldfish thats gradually turning white (Named Bruce), a Shubunkin (Named Sheila), a yellowy goldfish (Named Flapjack), a white fish, with a bright red slat on its head (Named Tidgey), a beautiful black goldfish (Named Side-board) and two Pearl Scales called Marble and CheesePuff. (Don't ask about the names, by fiance and brother named them all) I also have six Golden Apple snails, three black, and three regular (Two have names - Brian and Grubby)
Corals/Plants: I only have fake plants :( and no coral.
About Yourself: I'm only a beginner and have only been into fish for the past year or so. I originally started out with a small 21 litre orange "funky" tank, then I managed to comendire my dads fish, as he was keeping it in dreadful conditions.. and by this time my ish had grown a bit, so I thought I needed a bigger tank to allow for five goldfish to survive happily, because they were looking a little cramped. I then got a bigger tank, and fell in love with the little fat cute pearl scale fish they had on sale there as well, so I got two of those aswell *slaps wrist, bad me* and I got a few more snails aswell, hoping they don't breed too much. I always wanted a big tank, because when my dad gave a damn, he kept a big wall span tropical tank, which I used to love and watch for hours when I was younger, so I thought heh, why not? :) I can't wait to get my next tank for when i move out of my mums house. I'm unfortunatly leaving my coldwater tank behind because my mum likes it too much *rolls eyes* but that also means I can now start keeping tropical fishes and am really looking forward to it, as I'm gettin great advice from the staff at my local aquatic shop! :)