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60 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My Big Tank. Tank#1

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 121cm length, 41cm width, 56cm height. Fluval Filter, Hydor Ario Turbo Air Pump.
Advice: I would advise all newbies to start smaller and work their way upto a bigger tank, and always ask for advice if unsure, as this can cause a lot of problems for your tank and fish if you are unsure of what you are doing.
Fish Kept: Tank #1 - approx- 20 adult Guppies, Lots of Guppy Fry, Pleco. Tank #2 - 6 Dwarf Puffers
Corals/Plants: Ruffled Sword Plant, Amazon Sword Plant, Bubble Jade, Cabomba, Water Wisteria, Cherry Leaf Stricta, spiralis Vallis, + many more Bogwood, Rocks
Tank Size: 60 gallons
About Yourself: I have been keep fish tanks for over 12 years, i love keeping fish and i think its a great hobby for anyone to get into even children.

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Sorry, the picture quality is poor, it is probably a beautiful tank, but I can't see it properly fish avatar

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