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Photo Caption: Taken with my phone (Sony Ericsson K750i) which came out a bit dark; unfortunatelly making it harder to appreciate my driftwood! You can see 3 of my swordtails hanging out in the bottom right side of the tank while a gourami peeks out from between the driftwood.
20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Taken with my phone (Sony Ericsson K750i) which came out a bit dark; unfortunatelly making it harder to appreciate my driftwood! You can see 3 of my swordtails hanging out in the bottom right side of the tank while a gourami peeks out from between the driftwood.

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Country: South Africa
Description: 60cm(24") X 30cm(12") X 30cm(12") +-60litre(+-20gal) community tank running 1 Tetratec IN400 internal filter, 1 Resun 100W heater and a Sylvania Gro-Lux bulb. Custom made wooden hood. Substrate consists of 15kg mix of half white marble chips and half river rock chips. Two pieces of driftwood plus various live plants and smaller river rocks collected in the Drakensberg mountains.
Advice: The more you learn about it, the more fun fish keeping will become. (and your fish will appreciate it too!) Always check fish compatibilities before you buy...
Fish Kept: In this tank I have 4 swordtails, 2 gouramis, 2 zebra danios, 1 peppered cory, 1 bronze cory and 5 swordtail fry
Corals/Plants: various - all live
Tank Size: 20 gallons
About Yourself: At work (I'm a Dental Technologist) I got my colleagues interested in the hobby, which resulted in a fish tank becoming the new main feature in our waiting room! So I get to play aquarist at work and at home.

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