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Photo Caption: 125l Tank contains; Keyhole Cichlid Severum 4 Kribensis Angelfish 7 Dalmatian Molly 3 Danios 6 Neon Tetra 4 Serpae Tetra Paradise Fish Chinese Algae Eater Bristlenose Catfish
33 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 125l Tank contains; Keyhole Cichlid Severum 4 Kribensis Angelfish 7 Dalmatian Molly 3 Danios 6 Neon Tetra 4 Serpae Tetra Paradise Fish Chinese Algae Eater Bristlenose Catfish

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Our 2nd tank, Juwel 125 Elite running a Juwel Compact H internal filter which doubles as an air pump. Decorated with random rocks, a large piece of driftwood, plastic aquarium decorations and fake plants! 8D
Advice: 30% Water changes every week! Watch your fish and note their behaviour! Enjoy!
Fish Kept: Tank contains; Keyhole Cichlid Severum 4 Kribensis Angelfish 4 Dalmatian Molly 3 Danios 6 Neon Tetra 4 Serpae Tetra Paradise Fish Chinese Algae Eater Bristlenose Catfish
Corals/Plants: Fake plants but will be planting the tank very soon!
Tank Size: 33 gallons

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