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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 4 ft long 15 inches high 1 foot wide mostly real plants with plenty of fish. 150w heater rod, standard 150 litre filter 1 aireator soon to have two 1.5 foot aireator rods put in back for all backgrount bubbles
Advice: keep at it
Fish Kept: 1 five inch blue claw lobster, 3 five inch silver dollar, 2 blue gourami, 2 dwarf gourami,1 gold molly (female) 1 four inch angel fish, 2 common pleco four inch, 1 siameese fighter fish, 1 lonely guppy
Corals/Plants: i am clueless with plants...shamefull i know, there green and some are red :D
Tank Size: 24 gallons
Quote: dont have one!
About Yourself: im matt :D im 17 and im a mechanic i love spending time and money in my local aquatic shop and thinking of new ideas for my tank!

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Tank is cloudy and demonstrates a clear lack of aquarium designing ability. You are not only clueless with plants but with most apsects of aquaria construction. You should hide your submersible filters and equipment such as thermometers (which are basically redundant as soon as you have a decent heater anyway). Looks cluttered and makes me feel sorry for your fish fish avatar
dude no way thats a 24 gallon tank fish avatar

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