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300 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - DISPLAY TANK WITH FRONTOSA AND SILVER DOLLARS

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Country: Australia
Description: planted and rocky tank with silver dollars and Frontosas
Advice: Ask Questions. expect mistakes
Fish Kept: Frontosa Cichlid, Red Devil, Silver Dollar, Clown Loach, Sailfin Pleco (L-83), Bristle-nose Catfish, Electric Yellow Cichlid, Blue Dolphin Cichlid, Crimson Tide, Venustus Cichlid, Kyoga Flameback, Tiger Oscar, Albino Oscar, Tiger Oscar, Albino, Pigeon Blood Discus, Blue Diamond Discus, Snakeskin Discus, Red Marlboro Discus, Red Turquoise Discus, Royal Blue Discus
Corals/Plants: many
Tank Size: 300 gallons
Quote: Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after
About Yourself: Young Australian Fish Keeper and Breeder who loves to learn and help others in this hobby/lifestyle

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