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120 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Just a basic set up at this stage. Later on once the aquarium settles in properly, shall fully plant out the tank for hiding spots for the fry.
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Photo Caption: Just a basic set up at this stage. Later on once the aquarium settles in properly, shall fully plant out the tank for hiding spots for the fry.
120 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Just a basic set up at this stage. Later on once the aquarium settles in properly, shall fully plant out the tank for hiding spots for the fry.

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Country: Australia
Description: Tank: 4'x2'x2'
Advice: Patience is a virtue
Fish Kept: Pakistani loaches, chain loaches, clown loaches, true simensis, black mollies, platys, electric yellow, corydoras, algae eaters,
Corals/Plants: All sorts
Tank Size: 120 gallons
Quote: How can life be unreal if nothing unreal exists??!!
About Yourself: Use to have an aquarium when I was a kid, wasn't until I became older I truly wanted to be challenged with a much larger aquarium

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