Photo #2 - Up And Running - 1tiger Oscar, 1 Albino Oscar, 1b...

Submitted By: Ryan on
Photo Caption: Up and running
fish tank picture - Times Two
66 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Up and running

Rank Info

Ranked #3259 out of 5258 freshwater tanks pictures worldwide
This picture looks better than 38.02% of pictures in this category
10 1
The Average Score for this picture is: 3.66
This picture has been rated : 149 times.
The Average Score for this category is: 4.26

More Info

Country: South Africa
Description: Top Tank:4ft long, 19in tall and 17 in deep, custom made, double paned 5mm glass, total thickness 10mm with shatterproof laminate in between. Running off homemade wet/dry sump filter, bioballs and filter mats returned to tank with 2 x Dolphin200 pond pumps, venturi and 100W heater. Lighting is overhead household 46W cool glow flouresant tube. Bottom Tank:3ft long standard 5mill thick glass. No substrate, 3/4 rocks, Dolphin500 power filter, 50W heater. Lighting is as above with additional flouresant under canopy.
Advice: Patience!!! lots of it together with planning and tons of research coverring everything from types of fish u wanna keep , tank size, filtration filtration filtration...
Fish Kept: 1Tiger Oscar, 1 Albino Oscar, 1blck ghost knife fish, 1sailfin pleco, 1 frontosa 3 clown loaches, tiger barbs, silver dollars, 1moonlight gourami, cuckoo catfish and 2 siamese fighters
Corals/Plants: Plastic plants, and gravel
Tank Size: 66 gallons
Quote: All i have in this world is my word and my balls and i dont break em for nobody...
About Yourself: Was given 2 goldfish in a 11in tank with corner filter as a gift 6months ago and was hooked, then quickly upgraded to 3ft tank and just recently my new 4ft up and running

COMMENTS

There are no comments on this photo yet.

MOST RECENT ARTICLES

Tips for Protecting Your Aquarium Against High Summer Temperatures
TIPS FOR PROTECTING YOUR AQUARIUM AGAINST HIGH SUMMER TEMPERATURES
During the summer months, it may become more of a challenge to keep your aquarium temperature stable.
The Best Barbs for a Large Home Aquarium
THE BEST BARBS FOR A LARGE HOME AQUARIUM
There are many different species of barbs but some of them are better than others for the larger home aquarium.
How to Solve Common Saltwater Tank Problems
HOW TO SOLVE COMMON SALTWATER TANK PROBLEMS
Cultivating a thriving saltwater tank can be a challenge but it is also incredibly rewarding.

READ AQUARIUM ARTICLES