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...
firstly start with smaller tanks and some small fish like guppies and all those stuff and then gradually increase tha size of ur tank.
had kept almost all tropical varieties but presently i am having an silver arowana with a pair of black ghost as it's companion.
dont know their names ,sorry
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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