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Photo Caption: My Super Sand Shifting Starfish trying to shift glass!
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22 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - A 48" x 12" x 18" Freshwater tank that I have owned for just over 8 months now. Standard Daylight lighting on a timer which switches over to moonlight LED blue lights at the night time. Standard Fluval filtration pump and air bubbles. A New layout for my tank. Wanted to incorporate a rock layout in the centre, Ive tried to achieve it as best as I can. The fish seem to like it. If you have any ideas or suggestions please leave a comment, Thanks for looking.
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fish tank picture - More Tank
fish tank picture - More Tank
fish tank picture - More Tank
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Country: United Kingdom
Description: A 48" x 12" x 18" Freshwater tank that I have owned for just over a month now. Standard Daylight lighting on a timer which switches over to moonlight LED blue lights at the night time. Standard Fluval filtration pump and air bubbles.
Advice: Take your time, Rush anything and it could all go wrong, and whatever you do, dont overfeed!!
Fish Kept: Currently home to: 1 Albino Red Finned Shark 2 Albino Bristlenose Plecs 1 Ghost Shrimp 3 Glassfish 1 Zebra Danio 4 Black Neon Tetras 1 Head and Taillight 1 Bolivian ram
Corals/Plants: All Artifical Plants in the tank, looking after the fish is hard enough!
Tank Size: 22 gallons
About Yourself: Will be upgrading to a 4ft Tank in the very near future..... Update.... ITS HERE!

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