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48 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my 48 gallon/180 litre tropical freshwater tank. I used plastic and silk plants with a background by 'Juwel', finished off with a grecian ruin centrepiece (fitted with airstone) and 2 walls of stone.
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Photo Caption: This is my 48 gallon/180 litre tropical freshwater tank. I used plastic and silk plants with a background by 'Juwel', finished off with a grecian ruin centrepiece (fitted with airstone) and 2 walls of stone.
48 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my 48 gallon/180 litre tropical freshwater tank. I used plastic and silk plants with a background by 'Juwel', finished off with a grecian ruin centrepiece (fitted with airstone) and 2 walls of stone.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Juwel Rio 180 with Bioflow 3.0 Filter
Advice: Patience really is a vertue when it comes to fish keeping, don't rush anything as more likely than not you will regret it later on. Never buy something on impulse, do the homework first :)
Fish Kept: 1 senegal bichir, 1 bristlenose catfish, 1 fire-belly aquatic newt
Corals/Plants: All plastic/silk plants
Tank Size: 48 gallons

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