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150 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Jardini..

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Country: Australia
Description: Jardini, Flowerhorn, Ornate Bichir, Featherfin Catfish, Gibbicep Pleco and an Angelfish together with em all!
Advice: Think for the fish aswell as yourself.. you dont wanna have a BIG family living in a 1 room house do you!! And eat potatos everyday.. so yea.. get the fish if you can give it a meaningful life.. tank size, right food, nice rock plant driftwood for a home.. they NEED it aswell!!
Fish Kept: Tried everything including coral marine and planted but always go back to freshwater.. its more my style i guess.
Corals/Plants: Just whatever was nice.
Tank Size: 150 gallons
Quote: Yesterday is Yesterday.. If we try to recapture it.. We will only lose.. Tomorrow!
About Yourself: By the nick you should know half already and that looking at peoples tanks nomatter how bad good it is.. I still learn from it so dont bag people just give em advice.

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