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Country: Australia
Description: 7 foot Amazon theme tank Internal homemade artificial background Artificial plants Homemade 300 liter sump baffle filter with 4000L/H pump Sump contains 2x 300W heaters, 5x bags BioZorb, 1x water softening pillow, bio-media and filter wool pre-filter.
Advice: Invest in Ammonia, Nitrite and Nitrate test kits and use them regularly. Give your fish plenty of space!!!
Fish Kept: 4x Red Oscars 1x Gold Severum 3x Geophagus Surinamensis 3x Tinfoil Barbs 16x Giant Danios
Tank Size: 265 gallons
Quote: Being a gentleman means treating others, especially women, in a respectful manner, and not taking advantage or pushing others into doing things they choose not to do.
About Yourself: I grew up in the harsh Central Australian Deserts and was fascinated by the idea that animals actually lived in water. After starting with Goldfish I quickly progressed to Australian Natives and got involved in native fish conservation and captive breeding. After a stint as president of the South Australian Native Fish Association I move on to managing the Southern Eyre Marine Farm. I now work for the Government in an unrelated field and keep an Amazon theme display tank in my home.

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Thanks mate. "Smokey" is still very young - I'm anticipating excellent color when he matures :) fish avatar
Wow that's a nice oscar, way to go. fish avatar

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