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Country: South Africa
Description: my tank is 1.5m L) x800cm(H) x600cm(W) made from 12mm glass and 10mm bracing drip system with bio'balls runnin into a 1.2m sump tank (5 chambers) aquaH2o 8500L uplift pump 2x400w heaters @28°.sand bed is normal sea sand with crushed shells large indonesian lava rocks. 1x powerhead(air). livestock : mainly peacocks' 2 sunrise peacocks,some ruebins,taiwan reefs,motels,pearls(red,orange&white) some trevavasis,nagaras' ,bengas,yellow labs,with 1 male deboises & 10 frantosas.2 eureka freibergi,
Advice: I'm just gettin started again after 10 years ;) so i guess any good advice will be appreciated Thanx
Fish Kept: various peacocks with some tangenican.
Corals/Plants: Still Deciding the colour scheme and look that best fits the tank
Tank Size: 185 gallons
Quote: MY BUBBLES!! nah just kiddin
About Yourself: First fish tank when i was 17 years old,started workin in theatre industry sold the tank shortly after that .. i'm 33 years old now and employed as a lighting designer for arts institute in cape town.started my malawi tank 1,5m again running for 2 years now. and loving it

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