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Photo Caption: 4ft tank, just re-jigged tank and added new background with tunnels through the back of it. There are about 12 tunnels for the fish to go into. Not to sure on the terminology, have 1500L external filter, with under-gravel filter with powerheads. All up it seems to be going quite well at the moment.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 4ft tank, just re-jigged tank and added new background with tunnels through the back of it. There are about 12 tunnels for the fish to go into. Not to sure on the terminology, have 1500L external filter, with under-gravel filter with powerheads. All up it seems to be going quite well at the moment.

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Country: Australia
Description: 4ft tank, just re-jigged tank and added new background with tunnels through the back of it. There are about 12 tunnels for the fish to go into. Not to sure on the terminology, have 1500L external filter, with under-gravel filter with powerheads. All up it seems to be going quite well at the moment.
Advice: Take your time.
Fish Kept: Platties, Mollies, Bristlenose, runnynose tetras, catfish, Blue rams, kribs, red jewels, clownloaches.
Corals/Plants: All fake plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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