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Country: India
Description: Dimensions (inches): 15x24x60 Type: Acryilic with closed Hood Lighting: 2 x 40w T8 Filtration: Top filter powered by 2600L/h powerhead and Dolphin External Canister 1200L/h Substrate: 50 kgs of coarse white gravel 20 kgs of slate rock Other Accessories: DigiTemp submersible thermometer Magnetic Algae Scrapper Dolphin battery powered gravel cleaner Some artificial plant decoration
Advice: I'm a new hobbyist myself, but have been quite successfully so far. I beleive that perfection comes with commitment to what ever you are doing. Research well, do a lot of reading and understand the fundamentals and stick by the ground rules and nothing will go wrong. There are a lot of experts out there, so open up and interact with people in the hobby on fourms. Good luck and God Bless!
Fish Kept: Golden Severum, Spotted Scat, Frontosa, Silver Dollar, Firemouth, Silver Moony, Orange Morph, Albino Shark, Tiger Barbs, Peacock Eel, Spotted Gar
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 100 gallons

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Great tank! How do you keep the spotted scat and the silver moony aren't they a brackish fish? fish avatar

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