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100 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - two pieces of driftwood sit on top of reddish gravel with varying plants all around them. caves are made out of rocks all around the tank

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Country: Australia
Description: two pieces of driftwood sit on top of reddish gravel with varying plants all around them. caves are made out of rocks all around the tank
Advice: it costs alot
Fish Kept: clown loach, neon tetra, head light tail light tetra, red tail shark, blue ram, blue head, bristlenose catfish, harlequin, kribensis
Corals/Plants: various
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Quote: cool
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