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Submitted By: Pau McFarlane on
Photo Caption: One of the many set ups of this tank. I usually change it around weekly to keep the Angel fish guessing.
46 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - One of the many set ups of this tank. I usually change it around weekly to keep the Angel fish guessing.

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Country: Canada
Description: This is an Oceanic 46 Gallon Bowfront. Using an Aquaclear 70 filter and a Jager 150w heater. Million Air 400 air pump for airation and an Ocean Sun Deep ocean UV lamp.
Advice: Being new myself all I can say is have fun. Do your research but also be creative and go big. No matter what size you have, you will always want more. And do your WATER CHANGES!!
Fish Kept: 3 Zebra Angels, 2 Black Angels, 2 Super Red Gouramis, 2 Blue Gouramis, 2 Bala Sharks, 4 Longfin Zebra Danios and a Rhino Pleco.
Corals/Plants: Whisteria, Bamboo, potted Sword plants and various others.
Tank Size: 46 gallons
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About Yourself: This is my second tank. Started out in July of 06 with a 10 gallon with a Betta and various tetras. Still run both tanks. Its quite an entertaining hobby and the tanks are forever changing. I am always adding and subtracting with each water change

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