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Photo Caption: Red Scat (eats all Plants) but best fish would not hurt a fly.
140 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - Me 500 lt tank converted from freshwater to marine.
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140 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 540l / 140g 5ft x 2ft x 2ft cichlids akvastabil 4Ft Double t5 54Watt tubes(one white one blue), Fx5 filter, 1 X 300W heaters. too many fish, 2 x blue dolphins, red rubin peacock, sunsine peacock, 3 x Electric Yellows, 2 x mono sebaes, red scat(mega plant eater), 2 x rustys, 2 red forest jewel, 2 x sucker fish, 2 x dragon blood peacocks, jaycob, 2 x guromi, 2 x Kenyi, about 10 more fish.

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Country: Australia
Description: 5Ft X 2Ft X 2Ft, 540L, akvastabil 4Ft Double t5 54Watt tubes(one white one blue), fx5 external filter, 2 X 300W heaters
Advice: look up on the net for info. also best to get a big tank, bigger the better.
Fish Kept: too many fish, 2 x blue dolphins, red rubin peacock, sunsine peacock, 3 x Electric Yellows, 2 x mono sebaes, red scat(mega plant eater), 2 x rustys, 2 red forest jewel, 2 x sucker fish, 2 x dragon blood peacocks, jaycob, 2 x guromi, 2 x Kenyi, about 10 more fish.
Corals/Plants: some basic plants, all fake tree stuff.
Tank Size: 140 gallons
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