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50 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My 4ft tropical fisht ank

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Country: Australia
Description: This is my first tropical aquarium, unfortunately I had a heater malfunction and there was only one survivor (the blue male gourami in the photo). I am in the process of setting up the tank again.
Advice: Do your research and ask lots of questions on fishkeeping messageboards...
Fish Kept: 2 x Dwarf Gouramis (male and female), 8 x harlequin rasboras, 2 x bristlenose catfish
Corals/Plants: I don't know their names!
Tank Size: 50 gallons
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About Yourself: I'm a 23 year old health sciences student... I've always loved fish and anything to do with water or the beach... I find watching fish very relaxing... One day I hope to have a marine tank - when I have enough money to get a second tank and my own house to put it in.

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