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66 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my 66 gallon that's still under construction, ^^
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Photo Caption: This is my 66 gallon that's still under construction, ^^
66 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my 66 gallon that's still under construction, ^^

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Country: South Africa
Description: 1.22x45x45 i don't know what my plants are called. I used filter grade sand mixed with lager stones. I'm using 2 pumps at the moment to ensure i have adequate filtration(1200L/h) and a 300watt heater that is almost never on because of the hot weather we have in South Africa.
Advice: I am still new to keeping fish so i wouldn't qualify to be able to give advice to anyone, sorry.
Fish Kept: I have 2 black neon's, 1 Black ghost knife, 2 bala sharks, 2 Pengasus, 1 Rainbow shark(That owns the tank), 1 Rope fish and 1 Pleco - Suckermouth catfish.
Corals/Plants: I have no idea what my plants are called but the cave i have is store bought. :P
Tank Size: 66 gallons
Quote: Practise makes pefect(Lame but true)
About Yourself: I have always loved fish but never really bothered. One day i walked into a pet store and bought a tank some fish and here we are.

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