Photo #1 - Sea Shell Tank On Solid Oak Base.

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Photo Caption: Sea shell tank on solid oak base.
120 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Sea shell tank on solid oak base.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Sea shell tank on solid oak base. The tank is a 6' long 120 gallon, with 'back to nature' 3D background, x2 405 Fluvals and all the other usual bits and bobs which include a UV steriliser.
Advice: Keep watching that water.
Fish Kept: Home to x7 Discus, x40 cardinals, x2 pearl gouramis, x3 cory's and a couple of BN's (starlight)
Corals/Plants: All sorts, of plants that is.
Tank Size: 120 gallons
About Yourself: Started with Goldies then moved through to tropicals and then splashed out on the biggie to house the discus. Running x3 tanks of various sizes.

COMMENTS

did u make the background? if yes, how?AWEandthenSOME! fish avatar
Background makes the tank -- fantastic. fish avatar
I love the background, nice fit with the Discus. Congrats!!! fish avatar
...you are the god of this website. Not only beautifully pieced together, but a true work of art. 10/10 stars. fish avatar
absolute beauty, has to be one of the most interesting underwater worlds in glass i have seen on here. class! fish avatar

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