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Photo Caption: my fish tank. 4 x 2 x 2 feet. 110 Gallons. 3 bala shark, 3 platys, 6 rasboras, 2 catfish one clown one bristlenose, river rock and plastic plants/decorations. Castle is some clay-like material, painted. Fake root system is the same.
110 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my fish tank. 4 x 2 x 2 feet. 110 Gallons. 3 bala shark, 3 platys, 6 rasboras, 2 catfish one clown one bristlenose, river rock and plastic plants/decorations. Castle is some clay-like material, painted. Fake root system is the same.

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Country: Australia
Description: my fish tank. 4 x 2 x 2 feet. 110 Gallons. atm 3 bala shark, 3 platys, 6 rasboras, 2 catfish one clown one bristlenose, river rock and plastic plants/decorations. Castle is some clay-like material, painted. Fake root system is the same, but plaster-aparis??
Advice: Always get everything BIGGER than what you think you might expect to use. Make sure the oxygen is always 100% max as possible in the tank; and keep great water quality - do changes weekly or bi-weekly, vac the gravel, dont pollute the water, remove excess particles, and don't overfeed (its surprisingly easy to do so) . Maintenance of the fish environment is an important factor to your success. A few simple things done well. Learn from your mistakes. Here's another tip...the top 10% of people in their field NEVER stop learning (never become impressed with how well you have done). Same with fish keeping - its a delicate environment in there.
Fish Kept: 3 Bala sharks, 1 bristlenose, 1 clown pleco, 6 emerald Rasboras, 6 platies.
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 110 gallons
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