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Photo Caption: My First Fish Tank
250 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My First Fish Tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: LZ-1000 Modern Cabinet Aquarium Fish Tank marine tropical freshwater 250L in white. Features: Built-in hood filtration and lighting High-quality elegant finish 180 degree viewing area Filter media included* 200w heater included Thermometer Specifications: 2 x 25w T8 Lighting 960L/H Filtration (15w) 250L Volume Capacity Dimensions: 1069(L) x 434(W) x 730mm / 43” x 17” x 29” Cabinet Dimensions: 1069 x 434 x 705 mm / 43" x 17" x 27.7" my filter is the All Pond Solutions 2000EF External Filter
Advice: don't have much advice I am new at this also! :P
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 250 gallons
About Yourself: Female, just started keeping fish with my family, looking for tips and hints to make my tank successful. I enjoy watching my tank, so do my kids. Any other info about me just ask :)

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Nice big tank. Be careful people online can be ruthless. fish avatar

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