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Country: United Kingdom
Description: A new aquarium made by John Allan its 24inches long 15inches high and 12inches wide .Its powered by a fluvel 2 and a box filter with peat as media.Lighting one small brown tinted bulb on the left side of the tank.
Advice: Good Luck and start off with something easy like fighters or goldfish.AND ALL WAYS BUY A GOOD FILTER AND NEVER OVER FEED! If you live in London you may want pop into a fish shop called tachbrook tropicals as i'am a member of staff and will be happy to help you if you come in.
Fish Kept: Ramirezis , Corydoras, Fighters ,Angel catfish, bristlenose catfish, black phantom tetras , white cloud minnows,clown loachs , bolivian rams , x-ray tetras , neon tetras , silver tipped tetras , sun catfish , angelfish , chocolate gouramis , gold gouramis , oscars , channel catfish , red-tailed catfish , discus , plecos , black moors , fantails , lionheads , common goldfish , koi and many many more.....
Corals/Plants: Anubis , Anubis nana, Hortwort , Elodea densa, Algae ball , onion plant , vallis , tiger lotus lilly bulb and many more that i can't remember the names too
Tank Size: 15 gallons
Quote: Keep fish happy no matter the excuse!!!!!
About Yourself: Hi i'm Nathan i'am 15 years old and have been keeping freshwater fish for 4 years now.My personal favourite fish are southern and central american bottom feeders, tetras and cichlids.Six new golden pencilfish and one sterbai cory now installed into my aquarium and were cheap at £2.20 per pencilfish and £6 for the sterbai cory.

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