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Country: South Africa
Description: Standard rectangular tank 1220x450x450. Hi-glow 20W Florecent and balast. Via Aqua 800l/h Power Filter & Re Sun 1500l/h Power Filter. 150W heater.
Advice: I'm one to try everything and see what works. When I first started out I got a lot of advice from people, some good and some not so good. Don't believe everything you hear or read, try it for yourself and you might be surprised.
Fish Kept: 3 Neon Tetras 3 Glowlight Tetras 6 Red eye Tetras 2 Buenos Aires Tetras 4 Albino Rio Tetras 3 Lemon Tetras 3 Black Skirt Tetras 3 White Skirt Tetras 1 Penguin Tetra 4 Serpae Tetras 5 Harlequins 1 Scissor Tail 2 Pepper Corys 2 Bronze Corys 2 Albino Corys 2 Pakhistani Loaches 2 Sucker Loaches 12 Danios 1 Rainbow Shark 2 Bala Shark 4 Ballon Mollies 2 Sword tails 2 Plecos 1 Apple snail
Corals/Plants: Natural rocks from river beds Some Plastic decorations A piece of dritwood Some plastic plants Filter sand substrate
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: Love em...feed em... never leave em...
About Yourself: Fish Crazy....

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