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Photo Caption: Light Glo 180ltr - Internal Eheim Biopower 160, External Aqua Pro 2 filter, Twin light glo 2 x 54w T8 Lighting unit, Fluval 200w Tronic Heater, 3 Pieces of bogwood, Various live plants and Fine natural gravel.
48 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Light Glo 180ltr - Internal Eheim Biopower 160, External Aqua Pro 2 filter, Twin light glo 2 x 54w T8 Lighting unit, Fluval 200w Tronic Heater, 3 Pieces of bogwood, Various live plants and Fine natural gravel.
48 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 2 of my Angels

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Country: United Kingdom
Advice: Always do research before starting up your own aqarium, Read posts regarding new tank set ups and MAKE SURE you let it cycle because if you dont you'll only learn the hard way!! Believe me.
Fish Kept: 1 Big Angel, 2 Smaller Angels, 1 Large Albino Pleco, 4 Gold Rams, 2 Honey Gourami, 5 Peppered Corys, 10 Black Neons
Corals/Plants: Various live plants, species unknown. No fake ones.
Tank Size: 48 gallons

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