Photo #1 - When The Oscar Goes I'll Give It A Facelift....

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Photo Caption: When the oscar goes I'll give it a facelift...
60 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - When the oscar goes I'll give it a facelift...

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Country: Australia
Description: Tank is approx 60 Gal 4 ft x 14in x 20 in 1200 l/hr filter (2nd eheim 2215 coming as back up) 300 w heater Bubble curtain.
Advice: Research. research. research. Don't be too ambitious. Value your local fish store, don't bother with "pet stores"
Fish Kept: Oscar (going soon though) 5 x silver dollars 2 x convicts (pair) 2 x electric yellows (pair) 1 x Common pleco 1 x Bristlenose 1 x Pictus Catfish RIP - 4 x clown loaches (hence the soon to depart oscar)
Corals/Plants: All real plants - Banana lillies (can survive the silver dollars,) elodea, and a piece of planted driftwood Assorted rocks and driftwood and a fake small log
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Quote: Bring it...
About Yourself: Started with Axolotls, then an oscar, and next thing you know there's a 4 foot fishtank in your lounge. Girlfriend has warmed on it, but hates the oscar for eating her Clown loaches. When the oscar goes there's a half dozen small fish I can get instead....

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