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Photo Caption: MY FISH TANK 2 Gold Severums 2 Green Severums 5 Electric Yellows 5 Acies 2 Rainbow Sharks 2 Bristle nose
48 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - MY FISH TANK 2 Gold Severums 2 Green Severums 5 Electric Yellows 5 Acies 2 Rainbow Sharks 2 Bristle nose

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Country: Australia
Description: Windsor66 corner unit, 2 cannister filters, Aquaone 1200 and Fluval 200. single 20watt fluro, Twin air pump on single 4inch
Advice: Fish are Fun
Fish Kept: 2 Gold Severums 2 Green Severums 5 Electric Yellows 5 Acies 2 Rainbow Sharks 2 Bristle nose
Corals/Plants: All plastic
Tank Size: 48 gallons
Quote: Fish are Fun!!!!!!!!!!!
About Yourself: I am new to this and have done alot of research about fish and keeping them healthy before i went to invest in a nice little setup. I have had my tank for about 6months now and havent had no problems. I could sit down all day and watch my fish if i had the time.

COMMENTS

I like the bubbles. Is it a bubble bar? fish avatar
Thats a killer looking tank man, good work. With a 48 gallon tank though, your fish are going to outgrow that quick! The 2 severums alone would be alot in a tank that size. Fullgrown of course. Tank sure looks nice though fish avatar
wow thats attractive. so bold and clean.. must be beautiful to watch. Good on ya buddy great work for a newbie!!! fish avatar
looks awesome. really like hte arrabgement of the tank overall. fish avatar
WOW! That's pretty cool!! I like how you set up the rocks...nice shape! fish avatar
Nice setup fishrfun...cool idea with your bubbles! fish avatar

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