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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my 55gal oscar tank busy upgrading too a 150gal

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Country: South Africa
Description: 1.5metre x500 x500.dolphin H800 external hang filter (800ltr/hr).x1 dual air pump with air stone.lighting 1x 30watt floresent light,x1 blue under water neon light.
Advice: keep it simple!!!!!!!!!
Fish Kept: x2 tiger oscars,1 x plecostomus,1 x snail,high fin shark catfish
Corals/Plants: Artificial and real plants(java ferns,amazon swords),river rocks,silica sand substrate,drift wood
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: im a paramedic,always liked fish would always stand forever oogling at the impressive set ups they have when i went too the pet shop.decided to get myself 1 and it is the most rewarding and stress relieving hobbie.

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Hi thanks for the comments. I made the back ground myself out of polstyrene fish avatar

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