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48 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - this is a picture of my new layout with my angels in the forground.
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Submitted By: Chris on
Photo Caption: this is a picture of my new layout with my angels in the forground.
48 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - this is a picture of my new layout with my angels in the forground.

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Country: South Africa
Description: 90*50*40 cm tank, 4 x 18 watt compact florescent tubes, under gravel filter with power head.
Advice: A well planed and thought out layout never fails to impress. Don't be scared of using quality plastic plants in conjunction to real ones. Choose your fish carefully, placid fish are always good.
Fish Kept: A breading pair of silver angel fish with five of their offspring, 2 black tetras, 2 ram chilids, 4 penguin tetras, 3 butterfly plecos, 1 bahja catfish, 1 molly.
Corals/Plants: Mostly Plastic with a few real ones i don't know the names of. I tried keeping real ones but i don't realy have the time or money for CO2 systems at the moment.
Tank Size: 48 gallons
Quote: patience is a virtue
About Yourself: I'm a student at the moment and have been keeping fish for about 12 yrs now.

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I have angelfish just like yours. Awesome layout Looks real. fish avatar

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