Photo #6 - This Giant Aquarium, I Have Spent A Lot Of Money ...

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Photo Caption: This giant aquarium, i have spent a lot of money & time to it. i used 2 bags of white sand just to get reflection at the bottom of the tank from the lighting above. i used 2 sets of water filter to keep this tank clear. there is a lot of variety of fish, big & small, but some how i manage to keep them in harmony. I keep most of the plant at one side for the small fish to play around and hide and a bigger space at the other end for big fish play around. The red plant at the right side is some how become a U-trun for my fish to turn when they came to the tank's wall. I need to learn a lot on how to make my tank a heaven for my pets. Please leave comments and ideas on how to make my tank better. Thank you sifus.
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112 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This giant aquarium, i have spent a lot of money & time to it. i used 2 bags of white sand just to get reflection at the bottom of the tank from the lighting above. i used 2 sets of water filter to keep this tank clear. there is a lot of variety of fish, big & small, but some how i manage to keep them in harmony. I keep most of the plant at one side for the small fish to play around and hide and a bigger space at the other end for big fish play around. The red plant at the right side is some how become a U-trun for my fish to turn when they came to the tank's wall. I need to learn a lot on how to make my tank a heaven for my pets. Please leave comments and ideas on how to make my tank better. Thank you sifus.

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Country: Malaysia
Description: Dimension : 5' length x 2' wide x 1.5' height Lighting : Mr Aqua (40 watts) 4' long (i know it's not enough) Filtration : 2 sets of water filter at opposite corner for better water circulation
Advice: I'm a newbie here too..
Fish Kept: A lot! Love to see those creature swim & play with each other 5 tinfoil barb 4 African chilid 2 swordtails 2 silversark 2 rosebarb 1 tigerbarb 2 Drwarf Gourami some suckerfish and some other species i didn't really know the name :-)
Corals/Plants: mixed.. artificial & living plants.
Tank Size: 112 gallons
About Yourself: I'm just started this hobby 6 months ago. A friend of mine taught me the right way to kept the fish healthy and introduce me to some sifus that can help me setup this giant aquarium (i consider it as i am a newbie). I made a lot of research on how, tips, why, tricks & technique to make this hobby even exiting day by day. Along this learning process, i have killed a lot of fish (my bad.. :-() and now i have successfully setup a healthy & good community in my tanks.

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i like the length on this tank...very sweet fish avatar

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