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Country: United Kingdom
Description: I have a Juwel Rekord 60 it is a 54litre(11.87 Gallons). The dimensions are depth 36cm, length 61cm and width 31. It has a 15w juwel tube that is places in the monolux 60 lighting lid. It has and external filter called the Tetratec Ex600 but i am not completely sure. The internal heater is 50w. I have a curtain airstone that i turn off at night as the tank is in my bedroom and the noise keeps me awake but the tank is nowhere near full i just use it for decoration.
Advice: i suggest that you should only get a tank if you are fully committed. Also when i started i had a very small 17l which was hard to keep because the water chemistry changed so quickly. i would say to start with a tank around the size of mine because it is easy to keep healthy.
Fish Kept: 1x Comet Goldfish 1x Black Ranchu Goldfish 1x Shubunkin Goldfish 1x Fantail Goldfish 2x Hillstream Loach
Corals/Plants: 1x Cabomba aquatica 1x Moss Ball 2x Echinodorus bleheri 1x Eleocharis vivipara 1x Anubias Barteri 2x Ferns mounted on tericoter sticks 4x Grass popularly used to create a carpet on the tank floor
Tank Size: 11 gallons
Quote: The lift to success is broken so use the stairs.
About Yourself: I like fish

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