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Photo Caption: jag, royal clown knife, arowana, red devils etc. Not usually hel all together but looked cool while there temporarily so took photo!
1000 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - jag, royal clown knife, arowana, red devils etc. Not usually hel all together but looked cool while there temporarily so took photo!

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Country: New Zealand
Description: 250 litres
Advice: na
Fish Kept: Jaguar, Arowana, Royal KNife, 2x Red Devils, Pacu and others
Corals/Plants: na
Tank Size: 1000 gallons

COMMENTS

Nice fish...those people are hating!! fish avatar
Way overcrowded, but you sure keep the tank looking clean. How are you able to clean w/o them jumping out? Might want to get a bigger tank or a real 1000 Gal. fish avatar
WAY WAY WAY OVERCROWDED MAN THATS CRUEL fish avatar
thats no 1000 gallon gallon. Maybe litres but not gallons. I can tell by the picture alone unless those are the worlds largest south americans on earth. Check the math.....nice lookin healthy fish though.Peace fish avatar
Is your tank 1000 gallaons? or litters? nice fish fish avatar
wow your fish are beautiful! fish avatar

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