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200 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my brothers tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 120mm x 18"high x 12" deep..dual lighting :day(plantwhite) :night(mooneffect blue) (PondAir) high output air pump / 250w heater(elite) / (Ehiem 2236)xt filter
Advice: its best to start with a small tank i think do lots of reading ,you will end up falling in love with the whole thing and want to get bigger and bigger...oh dont just do it for another gadget in life....its not fair on the fish :my lil motto :P :
Fish Kept: asst chiclids / sharks and a pleco "to keep the place tidy"....
Corals/Plants: a few low level plants mostly rocks (lava etc) and bog / driftwood also a nice big bag of 100% ocean bed sand plus some finer sand layerd on top !!
Tank Size: 200 gallons
Quote: i'll take two
About Yourself: Mum always had fish so ive liked from a young age. questions questions...hehe

COMMENTS

I bet this tank looks really cool in person. Can you take a biger pic. To show it of beter? I love it. fish avatar

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