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Country: United Kingdom
Description: I have one four foot tank, one 3ft foot tank one 2 ft tank and a birth tank.
Advice: love your tank and fish and they will love you back :-)
Fish Kept: I have guppies, and cory dory cats, ablino cats, candy stripe loaches, singing catfish, angle fish zebra loaches golden wonders plecs mollies, rainbows golden apples snails, scissior tail rasbaros.
Corals/Plants: I have a variety of different plants, to many to name right now
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: something fishy going on.... lol
About Yourself: I have been a keen tropical fish keeper for over 2 years now, currently i'm breeding guppies, i have a lovely variety of colours, i began with one 3 ft tank which has progressed to a four ft a three ft a 2 ft and the smaller tank for the growth of the younger guppies i keep them in this tank until i know they are at a mature size to go into the three foot tank for breeding, i will be changing the look of my tanks during this follwing week, taking the rocks out as i want the ph to drop slightly for breeding of rams cat fish and golden wonders. I will of course post pictures here once i have changed them :-)

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