Photo #1 - The Big Ol Sailfin, Goldmember

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: We have an Aquael Pearl 80 105L Bow front aquarium, complete with the filter, lighting and heater systems that came with it. The background is a black 3d rockface and the substrate is black glass (which is making my fish darken, so will be changed asap).
Advice: Seek other fish lovers....their help and advice is 100 times better than what you'll get from a book or the pet store staff.
Fish Kept: Probably too many. 2 black & white angels, 1 gold angel and 1 black,white & gold angel. 2 Gold dust sailfins and 3 silver mollies. 2 cats (not sure what type) and 1 3-line cory. 1 albino shark and 1 rainbow shark, 2 zebra danios, 2 red eye tetras and 9 black neons. 1 beautiful male fighter and 1 pleco we never effin see... Dont Panic... Another tank is cycling for the mollies so that should sort out the population problem!!!
Corals/Plants: Plastic
Tank Size: 24 gallons
Quote: There is only one difference between a madman and me. The madman thinks he is sane. I know I am mad!

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