Photo #14 - My 30 Cm (12") Common Pleco

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Photo Caption: my 30 cm (12") common pleco
138 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - african - tanganyika
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Country: Cyprus
Description: I've 2 tanks the first ones dimensions are 100 x 45 x 55 cm custom made using a SERA internal bio filter and other SERA equipment. The second tanks dimensions are 150 x 50 x 70 cm, custom made by me also. Sera lighting equipment being used and an internal JEWEL XXL BIO filter.
Advice: before starting this as a new hobby be sure that you have time to sit and enjoy your fish and not get bored of them quickly!
Fish Kept: In my first tank i keep my pet.. just a 20 cm Tilapia buttikoferi. In my second tank i keep some Pseudeotropheus Demasoni, Albino, Nimbochromis Livingstoni, Labidochromis Caeruleus, Metriaclima Estherae and other assisted pseudeotropheus , 2 Aulonocara, 2 Frontosa, 13 Clown Loach, 1 Polypterus Senegalus, 1 fire EEL, 1 Crocodile Mouth, 1 red tail shark, 1 Gold Nugget Pleco (L018), 1 Leporacanthicus Galaxy pleco (L240), 1 Gold Royal Pleco (L027) and 2 Sailfin Plecos.
Corals/Plants: no live plants.
Tank Size: 138 gallons
Quote: u can hear them talking...

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