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Submitted By: Martin Grimes on
Photo Caption: A slog of twelve hours for this display but worth it i think
53 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - A slog of twelve hours for this display but worth it i think

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: My tank is a 53 gallon Jewel aquarium with lighting and filtration built in, the lighting is 2 freshwater 4 foot lamps and the filter is a powerhead turning the water around once every 15 mins
Advice: Buy as big as you can cos after a while you'll want bigger and the higher the ammount of water the easier it is to keep the fish usually
Fish Kept: 8" Synodontis Angelicus, 1 Plec, 2 Flying Foxes, 1 Banjo cat, 1 Angelfish, 2 Black Knife Fish, 2 Silver Dolars, 3 Pangasius Cat, 4 Clown Loach, 4 Redline Torpedo Barb, 5 Silver Shark
Corals/Plants: Just a range of freshwater plants... Picked so the fish won't eat!!
Tank Size: 53 gallons
Quote: Bigger the better
About Yourself: I actually work in the business so i think i have a sneaky upper hand on most people but i do not compromise on cost or time for my fish tank and thats one thing i would always say to everyone else to do... i love creating an enviroment for my fish and hopefully they will appreciate it

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it's niceaa i likeaaa fish avatar

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