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Country: India
Description: Dimension: 36x12x12 (inches) Lighting: Normal CFL/Blub (15W) Filtration: Submerged Filter (Max Head - 1400L/h) (Max Flow - 1.5) (220v - 16W) Air Pump: Mini Silent Bouy (1.5L/min - 3.2L/min) Heater: Automatic Submersible Dual Insulated (Power - 100W) (Temperature Range: 17-35 Deg Celsius)
Advice: Since you just started buy 2-3 strong fishes, let the aquarium settle down at least a month then put more fishes.
Fish Kept: Blood Parrot, Firemouth Cichlid, 2 X Iridescent Shark, Leopard Oscar, Jewel Cichlid, Green Severum, Silver Dollar, Green Terror, Walking Catfish. Salvini Cichlid (given away due to aggressiveness)
Corals/Plants: Artificial, Broken Earthen Pots, River Stones and River Gravel.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: I started this as a hobby when my Girlfriend asked me to build a bigger tank for her Blood Parrot and thats how I kept reading and experimenting about aquariums, fishes, their habitat and behaviour. So far I have learned and gained decent knowledge on this and accepts it as one of my favorite hobby.

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