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Photo Caption: My tank- front facing with one type of light on only.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My tank- front facing with one type of light on only.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Tank is 5ft wide, 2ft high and 1ft deep. Substrate is sand from lfs. Statues are rock and from local garden centre and so are all rocks. Filter is aquamantra EFX external filter from lfs designed for larger tank. Two powerfilters: One is aquamanta for 200l aquarium, other is SEIO for 300l aquarium. Heaters are standard aquanauts from lfs and eBay. Plants are silk and from lfs
Advice: Buy the biggest tank you can possibly afford because you will just end up upgrading a smaller one. Always buy equipment designed for a bigger tank to keep fish happy and keep water crystal clear!!
Corals/Plants: Fake!
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: Just a normal bloke who think fish tanks are absolutely delightful!

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I think your fish are just DELIGHTFUL! fish avatar

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