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Photo Caption: My first attempt at keeping fish... im no expert but i love it!
4 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My first attempt at keeping fish... im no expert but i love it!

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: This is our first attempt at a tropical fish tank. when we got the tank, we had the gravel and heater and filter given to us free with it. Center is a coluseum, back corner is a mountainy looking thing. and at the front is what we call The Love Shack!!
Advice: Dont fill the tank to quick and if you want lots of fish, be careful on what you buy as other fish will eat them!!
Fish Kept: 1 Angel Fish 3 female Fighter fish 1 male fighter fish 2 mollies lots of guppies male and female... not suer how many. 2 black tetras. 2 plecs 2 loches (they look like snakes!!)
Corals/Plants: got 2 grasses. 5 plants with big leaves 2 reddy looking plants.
Tank Size: 4 gallons
About Yourself: We wanted something for the living room, and this was a brillaint idea, suggested by my boy friend. you tend to look at it more then the tv. Its so colourful

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