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Country: India
Description: Two Tanks.... the First...10 Oscars in a 260 Gal / 957 Lit. tank. 6 Feet x 2 Feet x 3 Feet Stones and Gravel Used Overhead Home built Filter using different filteration media The Second is with One Australian Pearl Arowana, along with 4 Tinfoils for company. Well decorated with silk plants and drift wood. The most important feature which I have put emphasis on on is to maintain an "As close to nature surrounding as possible"
Advice: Keep as close to nature as possible
Fish Kept: Oscars and Arowana
Corals/Plants: None..... Only Stones and Gravel for the Oscar Tank and Silk Plants / Drift Wood / Gravel for the Arowana Tank
Tank Size: 260 gallons
Quote: Give Love to Get some
About Yourself: Well, I got into this hobby thru my father approx 20 years back. He had a 6x1.5x1.5 feet tank in which he used to have an assortment of fishes. Over the years I have been inclined to move over to Cichlids and Arowana. Amongst Cichlids Oscar are very popular aquarium fish. These intelligent Cichlids are preferred by many aquarists because of their great individuality and character.

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