Photo #1 - Little Tank In Big China!!!!!!!!!

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54 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - little tank in big china!!!!!!!!!

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Country: China
Description: W. 36cm x H. 46cm x L. 125cm I got a really sweet deal on this tank.Im a aussie living in China and I miss my fishtank back home so I bought this beauty for about 90 usd.It came with everthing eg;filter,rocks,plants,fish,aerator,light and food.Pretty good deal I thought,they even delivered it and set it up too!
Advice: Keep your tank clean!!!!!Check equipment regularly.Stop trouble before it goes wrong!!!
Fish Kept: Green terror,silver barb,angel cats,some other weird suckers and a 2 strange zebra striped fish,that I can't find on the internet.It's really hard buying fish,that you have to determine the species yourself.
Corals/Plants: Hard to say my chinese is OK,but not that good.Really funny translations on plant names when I ask.but there all really cheap!!!!
Tank Size: 54 gallons
Quote: fish rock,rock fish,fish and rock,rock the fish!

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that's freekin cool.. that little chinese setup stuff fish avatar

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