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Country: Australia
Description: Tank dimensions: length 120 cm 4 ft, width 60 cm 2 ft, height 90 cm 3 ft, 4 ft duel globe halide light 2x sunlight globes, overflow system with a 240l sump 2x4000l return pump, advice commit!! dont be cheap your fish wont appreciate it.
Advice: Research research research, Commit!! dont be cheap your fish wont appreciate it.
Fish Kept: Tiger Oscar, Red Oscar,wild Oscar, albino Oscar, Featherfin Catfish, Bumble Bee Catfish, Jack Dempsey, mbuna, Green Horseface, red horseface, striped catfish, pictus catfish, yellow tailed eeltail, common tandanus eeltail, salvini, blue eyed cichlid, lethrinops red capuz, longfin common and albino bristlenose, black gohost knife, Green Terror, Bala Shark, Black Angel, Marble Veil Angel, flag cichlid, rainbow cichlid, mollies,
Corals/Plants: java fern fox tail amazon swords floating plants not sure of the name, also I grow some pond plant out the top of my pleco tank.
Tank Size: 240 gallons
About Yourself: brought a tiger oscar and havnt looked back. i research alot! and have keeped a variety of fish to gain expirence Currently have a South American community mixed in with a few natives and a couple Africans, and raising some amazing catfish in another tank to join the community when there big enough :)

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