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Country: Canada
Description: Tanks been up and running for about a month used to have prianhas in it but with a different set up i have a fluval 404 filter, two 250watt aquaclear heaters i have two lights one for day one for night my daylight is and aquaglo and the night light is a moonlight the difference is ones bright white while the other is blue i have a fine black gravel in my tanks with all white rocks
Advice: This hobby is fun and easy but never rush into it ask lots of questions and try to get a biggest tank the bigger the better , dont over crowd or over feed .
Fish Kept: (catfish) redtail royal pleco , rapheal stripped catfish , common pleco, clown pleco all fish below are very young : (peacocks) electric blue , yellow regal, taiwan reef , sulfer head , ob peacock i also have a yellow lab and a red asian crab and sorry the names might be wrong im just going with common names :)
Corals/Plants: no plants just rocks
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: There will be a time when loud-mouthed, incompetent people seem to be getting the best of you. When that happens, you only have to be patient and wait for them to self destruct. It never fails.
About Yourself: Hmm well im 18 i've had this hobby for about 6 years now i started off with gold fish and an albino channel catfish which i still have he's about 13inches i'd love to try saltwater but its way to costly : i got this hobby out of nowhere just wanted a pet i guess hmm thats about it

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