Photo #2 - My 4 Foot Tank With All The Fish Out And About

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Country: Australia
Description: 4x2x2. white crushed marble substrate. back of the tank painted black. the rocks are natural shale tiles just broken up.
Advice: im a newbie!!! i need advice!
Fish Kept: 4 bristle nose, 1 albino bristle nose, 1 10cm Frontosa, 1 Red Zebra, 1 Blue Striped Zebra, 2 Venustus, 1 Blue Orchid,1 Brichardi, 1 Tropheops, 1 Johanni, 1 Melanochromis Johanni, 1 goby and a brown spotted gold coloured fish
Corals/Plants: just a few.
Tank Size: 66 gallons
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nice starter set up and a massive tank to begin with.some structure would improve the look of you tank.For instance try differant levels of subtrate(2" rising to about 6" left to right)then stack randomly your shale pieces in the shallows. This gives the fish the impression of margins and a hiding place in the stacked shale and also some deeper water for those that prefer that. fish avatar

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