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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 98gal Rena. Filtration, 2x XP3 filters with ALOT of bio media/peat etc & Vecton UVC, Lighting, 4x30w tubes & 3x LEDS for nocturnal veiwing. CO2, 2x DIY canisters with diffusers. Heating, Rena 8m under gravel cable & 300w Hydor |ETH
Advice: Patience is everything! Spend months not hours researching what fish you'd like to keep and then Create a safe habitat for them and keep them happy and healthy. You'l know when everythings going well because you'l not be able to stop everything spawning!
Fish Kept: 98gal, 2 Pigeon Blood & 4 Torquoise Discus, 2 Koi Angels, 4 Boivian Rams, 8 Rummy nose tetra, 3 Cory julea and 2 Bristle nose plecs.
Corals/Plants: Changes regularly but always provide plenty of shade/cover. The more hiding places shy fish have the less they'l use them.
Tank Size: 98 gallons
Quote: stop, think, do.
About Yourself: I've kept fish for a few years and at the moment have 3 planted tanks on the go & im in the process of setting up a marine system. I like fish with character.

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