Photo #5 - More Plants, Driftwood, And Rocks.

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Country: Colombia
Description: in cm 120x60x45 (in inch 48x24x18) = 85 US gallon. 1 to 1.5 inch of Seachem Onyx Sand and on top of it just normal gravel. Using a Fluval G3 filter and two internal filters.
Advice: Patience is key!!!
Fish Kept: 6 Platys 6 Swordtails 15 Zebra Danios 7 Tiger Barbs 7 Green Tiger Barbs 6 Black Sail Corydoras 1 Bristlenose Pleco 4 Clown Loach
Corals/Plants: Amazon Sword Plant Caboomba Wisteria Moneywort Ludwigia Myrio (red)
Tank Size: 85 gallons
About Yourself: My grandfather was a keen aquarist. He had four large tanks at his place, I'm not too sure about their exact size but I know one of them is about 250 gallon and he kept an Arowana in it. I started my own tank with my dad when I was still a kid for almost 5 years. But somehow we stopped having it for some reason I can't remember. It was pretty small tank, about 40 gallon. Now after 12 years, I'm back trying to do it all over again. This time with a 85 gallon tank.

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