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Submitted By: Chris Dalton on
Photo Caption: Freshwater tank
40 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Freshwater tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Locally made 28"x22"x15" tank and cabinet. Stand pipe overflow to under tank trickle filter and Fluval 203. Additional Rena Power head to aid return. Heater in trickle filter. 4 x Triton 24" tubes.
Advice: Keep your fridge stocked with beer, chocolate and cake. OK, so it's got nothing to do with fish, but its still good advice!!! You need to have something to do while your watching the tank!!!
Fish Kept: Cumminuty fish. Tetras, Harlequins, Tigerbarb, Hoplo Cat. Only recently set the tank up so I hope to add more soon.
Corals/Plants: All Plastic. I'm getting a bit lazy these days.
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: 'I told you i was ill' Spike Milligan's Grave stone.
About Yourself: Work in IT. Kept fish tanks for about 15 years. Also have a marine tank. I hope to set up a ciclid tank in the near future.

COMMENTS

get more tiger barbs they like to be groups :) very nice tank thou mate :D fish avatar

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