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Photo Caption: Rear view of my 180L Tank. My first ever fish tank, running now for 6 months. All advice and tips welcome.
47 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Rear view of my 180L Tank. My first ever fish tank, running now for 6 months. All advice and tips welcome.

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Country: South Africa
Description: Jebo 180L (47g),not sure code. has 2 x 2ft tubes (1 resun B25w - blue, and 1 jebo luxline F25w T8 1000k- white). Jebo R102 aquarium pump. Natural gravel ,live plants and sandstone rocks, HATE anything fake in my tank.No other equipment but some tips would be helpful as i'm very new to this.
Advice: Use a poop scoop!
Fish Kept: Ghost glass catfish, neons, guppy's, black fin cory's, cobalt blue coby, snails, kuhli loache, hi- fin pleco and ram cichlids. will be downsizing soon as less poop = less stress for everybody.
Corals/Plants: hornwort, anubias, hygrophilia aquatia, acorus and 1 pce driftwood (and some other plant i dont know)
Tank Size: 47 gallons
Quote: Be like a postage stamp. Stick to it till you get there.
About Yourself: went into a pet shop one day and enjoyed the tranquility of the fish tanks, had to get one!. Contract worker by day and father by night - working to live and not living to work!

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