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179 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - lighting effect to simulate dusk/dawn

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Country: Australia
Description: (tank): 6' x2' x2' (680Ltrs) (filtration): undergravel filter + Fluval 104 & 1500L/H 4-stage filtration.(Tota) (lighting): Sylvania gro-lux f36w/gro
Advice: Take your time in setup stage avoid getting carried away.
Fish Kept: X1 Murry Cod X5 Yabbies X2 clown loaches
Corals/Plants: sandstones mangrove roots stump of unknown variety direct from Murry River (australia) all artificial plants
Tank Size: 179 gallons
Quote: such is life
About Yourself: got into this after a friend talked me into getting tropical fish but had trouble keeping them alive. Changed to the murry cod so far so good.

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