Photo #2 - In Addition To My Corner Tank I Also Keep Four 2 ...

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Photo Caption: In addition to my corner tank I also keep four 2 foot tanks for breeding, hospital etc. This the first of my 2 foot tanks - all fake plants - I think that the green environment will really shows off the 20 x Cardinal Tetra and 2 Disces that are soon to go into it! Pls check out my other three 2 footers and let me know what you think !
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Updated pic ! Dimensions Tank: 100W x 85D x 64.5H cm Water Capacity: 220L Lighting: 2x 20W fluorescent lighting tubes Glass thickness: 10mm Heater: 300W Filtration: Aquis CF1200 (external canister filter)
fish tank picture - In addition to my corner tank I also keep four 2 foot tanks for breeding, hospital etc. This the first of my 2 foot tanks - all fake plants - I think that the green environment will really shows off the 20 x Cardinal Tetra and 2 Disces that are soon to go into it! Pls check out my other three 2 footers and let me know what you think !

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Country: Australia
Description: Dimensions Tank: 100W x 85D x 64.5H cm Water Capacity: 220L Lighting: 2x 20W fluorescent lighting tubes Glass thickness: 10mm Heater: 300W Filtration: Aquis CF1200 (external canister filter)
Advice: start small
Fish Kept: Various
Corals/Plants: fake
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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I'm really impressed with your tanks... do you do this professionaly? scaping the tanks? fish avatar Andrew

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