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Submitted By: Jamie on
Photo Caption: Home made stand, 4 foot by 18"w by 20"h tank.Aqua one 1200 canister filter, 300 watt heater.
290 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Home made stand, 4 foot by 18"w by 20"h tank.Aqua one 1200 canister filter, 300 watt heater.

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Country: Australia
Description: Home made stand, 4 foot by 18"w by 20"h tank.Aqua one 1200 canister filter, 300 watt heater.
Advice: Go natural
Fish Kept: Already have 1 electric blue, 1 Jack Dempsey, 1 fire throat and 1 red forest jewel cichildsi in tank. Will be adding 2 electric yellows, 1 bristle nose cat fish, 1 red empress
Corals/Plants: Real plants from shop, some stumps and rocks that I found.
Tank Size: 290 gallons

COMMENTS

Your tank is a 75 gallon. Why do you keep South Amer. and Africans together? Different water requirements dude.....I see alot of people do it and even did it when I first got into the hobbie and didn't know better. They can do alright togethher but as you get more into it and educate yourself more, you will hopefully realize that the most beautiful a fish will get is in it's perfect conditions Good luck! fish avatar

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