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Photo Caption: the start of my japanese style theme... not the best photo is kind of hard to take a picture cause of the shape of tank, being hexagon all the photos end up having a line in them :( im actually upgrading soon so a new photo hopefully in the next three wks or so :D
freshwater fish - paracheirodon innesi - diamond head neon tetra stocking in 25 gallons tank - the start of my japanese style theme... not the best photo is kind of hard to take a picture cause of the shape of tank, being hexagon all the photos end up having a line in them :( im actually upgrading soon so a new photo hopefully in the next three wks or so :D

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Country: Australia
Description: Size 33 x 28.5 x 43.5 cm Hexagon compact glass tank design. Energy saver lamp, with 3 stage filtration includes sponge, active carbon and bio-balls.
Advice: i visit many websites to find information or just ask someone...
Fish Kept: i have two silver sharks and 18 neon tetras :D
Corals/Plants: plastics plants
Tank Size: 25 gallons

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