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Country: Australia
Description: This tank was put together with no expense spared. My setup includes: 2 x Eheim 2215 Classic filters, 1x Eheim 2226 pro2, 2 x 3ft fluros (white) , 1 x 4ft fluro (white) and 1 x 4ft fluro (blue), 1 x Jager 300W heater, 2x Eheim return diffuser jets, Jebo 6ft granite look 3D background, and a pre=filter. I also added a wave maker/water agitator which gives a bit of movement. I vacuum almost every day; it's how i relax. I have two other tanks as well - 30lt nano with two tiny goldfish and a 200lt with angels and moss barbs.
Advice: Fish keeping (fish care) has more to do with vacuuming and doing water changes than anything else. You're sustaining a life support system and dealing with 'hazardous waste' at the same time. You know it's time to upgrade when your confident you have the time and motivation to handle cleaning a bigger tank.
Fish Kept: Loads of different sized African cichlids.
Corals/Plants: All fake.
Tank Size: 180 gallons
About Yourself: I've been playing around with tanks and fish for many years. Simply love it. It's the best hobby. I don't eat fish.

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