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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 2 x juwel Rio 240 121x41x55cm High-lite light unit, 2x54w standard Bio-filter pumpset 1000w 200w heater
Advice: Do your homework or you'll waste a lot of money. Read, read, read and read some more.
Fish Kept: "Big" Tank: 1Tiger Oscar, 1Jaguar cichlid,1Peacock cichlid, 1Venustas, 1 Black convict cichlid, 1Blue acara, 1Silver shark, 1 20" Plec, 2Bumble bee catfish, 1Bagrid type catfish, 1 Clarius catfish. "Little" Tank: Various Tetras - Neon, Cardinal, Black Widow, Bleeding Heart, Serpae, Red Eye, including 6 Silver Dollars, Tiger Barbs, Pearl Danios, 2 Pearl Gouramis, 1 Ram, 1 small Angel fish, 1 Red Tail Black Shark, 1 Feather Fin Synodontis, 1 12" Plec, 2 Rafaels Catfish
Corals/Plants: All plastic, But I am looking into doing a natural plant setup , I'm just reading up first !.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: I'll make you a Tank you can't refuse
About Yourself: Kept fish for 4 years now. I never thought I'd have fish tanks, but i wouldn't be without them.

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that is a nice specimen of Oscar my friend has 4 oscars and your s is about 3inches smaller but still a great looking fish and i love your tank excellent setup fish avatar

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