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Country: United Kingdom
Description: The Black Pearl has sunken into Davie jones's locker! (pirate ship) also has a large skull with a bubble pad buried underneath, and with a splitter i'm also running a treasure chest with open and close bubble effect off of the same air pump, a large white crystal rock and two green crystal rocks with small white crystals sprinkled on top of the gravel, and six real plants. The tank is 35'' x 15'' x 12''
Advice: First do some research on what kind of tank you would like to have, and then what fish would be suitable for your tank and which fish will be happy to live together. The best way to find out is to ask in your local store, or a lot of basic facts can easily be found online. Also you really dont need to spend a fortune, you can always buy tanks and equipment second hand.
Fish Kept: Its a new tank so at the moment its only home to three neon tetras and two molly fish
Corals/Plants: 6 plants all together, 4 different types.
Tank Size: 100 gallons
About Yourself: I'm a self employed graphic artist.

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