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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 215 Litre tank with community fishes and artificial plants and ornaments.Aquaone powerhead @950lph with aquaone 300w heater.Easy to maintain and the inmates are quite undemanding also.
Advice: Change adequate amount of water weekly or at least every ten or so days to keep your fishes healthy and happy.Do NOT overfeed as this adds to water problems.If you have fed your fishes and come home with that bag of live brine shrimp or bloodworm, it is tempting to feed straight away but put them away till its time to feed them again.
Fish Kept: Community fishes _ angels,platys,guppies etc.
Corals/Plants: A nice big artificial piece of coral that is very easy to keep and does not require special light.:).
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: "Its not the size of the man in the fight but the size of the fight in the man".
About Yourself: I am a male singer/songwriter from central Scotland.I have a wife and 12 year old son who is also very interested in tropicals and has asked for his own tank to keep ONE arrowana!! (he probably will get one).

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