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Photo Caption: 60 litre biorb (this is my second tank, my first tank is currently number 1 out of 1477 under spirulina31)
13 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 60 litre biorb (this is my second tank, my first tank is currently number 1 out of 1477 under spirulina31)

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 60 Litre Biorb, live plants (potted), red lava rock, LED light system with 24 hour daylight cycle
Advice: x
Fish Kept: 1 x Corydora Julii, 1 x Chinese Hillstream Loach, 5 x Green neon tetra, 4 x Colomesus Puffer fish
Corals/Plants: Various live potted plants
Tank Size: 13 gallons
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About Yourself: x

COMMENTS

if i add more water it will reduce the surface area besides its only about 1.5 inch from the top its just not a brilliant angle. The dimensions are 1.5 ft diameter by 1.72 ft high. There is enough water in there,about 58 litre worth fish avatar
Looks like you need to add more water to it fish avatar

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