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100 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - The tank ornaments and background are all neutral natural colours, keeping the focus on the fish.
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Photo Caption: The tank ornaments and background are all neutral natural colours, keeping the focus on the fish.
100 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - The tank ornaments and background are all neutral natural colours, keeping the focus on the fish.

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Country: Australia
Description: - Eheim 2028 cannister filter - Jager 300w 2" heater - 4" Aqua One dual tube light - 4" Aqua One air curtain - Aqua One digital thermometer
Advice: Small tanks aren't always easier to keep.
Fish Kept: 1 x brazilian arowana 1 x flagtail 3 x 6 bar frontosa 2 x blood parrot 3 x clown loach 1 x texas cichlid 1 x pleco 1 x gibbicep 2 x bristlenose
Corals/Plants: Drift wood
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Quote: "My cat's breath smells like cat food.."
About Yourself: Fish are cool...

COMMENTS

this is one of the best tank set ups i have ever seen. the fish compliment the back drop set up beautifully. nice piece of art i say! fish avatar

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