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Country: Netherlands
Description: 48" long tank, right now it is a convict specialtank. Lighting: 2x Sylvania daylight and a 7 Watt tube for dusk and dawn. Filtration: Aqua Pro 1000L an hour.
Advice: Building your tank, background and stand can be done by yourself. It is a lot cheaper. Be patient with adding fish, first read about their needs before you buy them. Don't overstock your tank, fish need space for themselves to exhibit their behaviour. Do your waterchanges regularly! Nothing better then a good fresh splash of new water in tank!
Fish Kept: Tanganyika, Malawi, Amazon and Asian catfish.
Corals/Plants: Javavern, Valisneria.
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: Every man dies, not every man really lives.
About Yourself: I build custom tanks for customers.

COMMENTS

Great Setup to match Background. You Should Update With new photo with more plants and some fish. fish avatar
that is amazing.. ! fish avatar
can i know where can I get the same kind of background. if you have the same kind please mail me the pic of the background only so that I can take a print out & use fish avatar
very nice! yah i dont see any fish...... fish avatar
love the rocks but where are the fish fish avatar

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