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Submitted By: Jude on
Photo Caption: Freshwater Oscar Tank, housing Oscar, Jack Dempsey, Various Plecs etc, planted with Grass, bamboo and Java Fern, decorated with Bog wood
freshwater fish - astronotus ocellatus - albino oscar stocking in 70 gallons tank - Freshwater Oscar Tank, housing Oscar, Jack Dempsey, Various Plecs etc, planted with Grass, bamboo and Java Fern, decorated with Bog wood

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 70 Gallon freshwater tank, filtered by a fluval 3 external, lighted with 2 4ft beauty lights
Advice: get the biggest tank you can afford as once you get started you'll always want bigger
Fish Kept: 1 Albino Oscar, 1 Jack Dempsey, 2 Convicts, 1 Orange spot plec, 1 yet un-named L Plec, 1 Ansitrus Bristlenose, 1 Pictus Catfish, 5 Mollies
Corals/Plants: Java Fern, Bamboo, 2 forms of grass, many pieces of bogwood to keep plecs happy!
Tank Size: 70 gallons
About Yourself: Hi, I've been keeping tropical fish for a while now, also have a malawi set up with built up tufa rock, some hair grass and many beautiful malawis...

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great looking tank, very realistic. 10 pionts fish avatar

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