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Submitted By: Nadeem Farooq on
Photo Caption: It's a Rectangel build with 4Ft Front and 2Ft Height , 1 Internal Greval and 1 Power Head Filter, 1 Blue Light and 1 White Light.
75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - It's a Rectangel build with 4Ft Front and 2Ft Height , 1 Internal Greval and 1 Power Head Filter, 1 Blue Light and 1 White Light.

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Country: Pakistan
Description: It's a Rectangel build with 4Ft Front and 2Ft Height , 1 Internal Greval and 1 Power Head Filter, 1 Blue Light and 1 White Light.
Advice: Always be patient and visit aquarium shops.
Fish Kept: Green Terror, Pink Convict, Zebra Convict, Red Zebra, Blue Zebra, Blue Dolphin, OB Peacock, Frontosa, Brichardi, Demasonic, Red Jewel, Electric Yellow, Red Fin Afra, Black Color White Fin, Autrus, Firemouth, Livingstone Cichlid and Red Tail Rainbow Shark.
Corals/Plants: River Rocks and Artificial Plants.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: Silence is a bit of heaven that comes down to earth.
About Yourself: I Like Cichlids Specially Tropheus Duboisi, Daffodil Cichlid, Frontosa and Red Jewel.

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