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Photo Caption: My Nano Cube i have had for 3-4 weeks and am constantly adding to it. IF YOU SAVE THE PICTURE AND OPEN IT YOU GET A MUCH CLEARER VIEW
21 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My Nano Cube i have had for 3-4 weeks and am constantly adding to it. IF YOU SAVE THE PICTURE AND OPEN IT YOU GET A MUCH CLEARER VIEW

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: My fish tank is 21 gallons which is roughly 80 litres its fairly new it has a built in filter tide maker light etc. making it possible for saltwater fish to inhabit the tank.
Advice: keep you tank fairly simple and dont overdue it
Fish Kept: at the moment i have 2 angel fish 2 dwarf cichlids 3 tiger barb 2 red gouramis 2 leopard plecos and 2 zebra shrimp and i am soon hoping to add some glass catfish.
Corals/Plants: i have three real plants and one artificial one: One is Large it has big green oval shaped leaves The other is red and has small oval shaped leaves The final one is a tall grass.
Tank Size: 21 gallons
Quote: I Love My Fish

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