Photo #5 - The Whole Tank In Its Early Stages

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Country: Wales
Description: my fish tank's quite new but it holds a few fish but some have died
Advice: Give fish plenty of room to swim but at the same time give them some places to hide and make sure you have medicine at he ready you never know when one might fall ill (I lost my simease fighting fish because i ran out of medicine(DOH))
Fish Kept: neons(DEAD), clown loach(ALIVE), bristle nose catfish(ALIVE), swordtails(ALIVE), mollies(DEAD), platies(ALIVE), guppys(DEAD) and a simease fighting fish(DEAD).
Corals/Plants: fake plants and ornaments and a variaty of freshwater fish
Tank Size: 91 gallons
Quote: Do the Bartman
About Yourself: I play the Violin, Piano and Guitar, Im a grade 4 actor, grade 1 mime, grade 4 violin, grade 3 piano, grade 1 guitar but i can play grade 4 guitar rock and classical. Ive been on tv and on stage loads of times and most of alll im WELSH!

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