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Country: India
Description: mine is a 3foot in lenght and 2foot in height tank, i use neon lighting ,internal type filter ,a heater and ofcourse an air pump etc...
Advice: firstly start with smaller tanks and some small fish like guppies and all those stuff and then gradually increase tha size of ur tank.
Fish Kept: had kept almost all tropical varieties but presently i am having an silver arowana with a pair of black ghost as it's companion.
Corals/Plants: dont know their names ,sorry
Tank Size: 250 gallons
About Yourself: i can say fish raring as one of my duty in life than terming it as a hobby....i started raring it from when i was in 5th std...i started it with a guppy fish in a small drinking glass(dont laugh)..now i have a big tank and planning to make some records i fish raring..

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this is rate my fish tank not rate my head fish avatar
Jeez for such a pro you made one mistake.......you took a photo of yourself NOT THE AQUARIUM!!!!!!! and an arrowana wont last long in a 3ft. soz man just sayin it as it is. better stick with guppies and cups of water. fish avatar

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