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45 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my tank a new setup with less decorations and more plants

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 45 uk gal tank with fluval deep 1000 make and fluval filter and heater,i used 30 kg of black gravel and slate decoration.
Advice: keep up water changes and get a smaller tank to help with cleaning dont be afraid to do a complete water change to make your tank look at it s best the fish will survive it they are tougher than they are given credit for.
Fish Kept: alot 22 fish in all but i have 2 blue lobsters i and proud of, and 1 gold serverum who is a great addition to any tank as long as he knows whos boss.ha
Corals/Plants: thick leaved plants and tall, because my lobters enjoy snipping them and my serverum has a big appatite...
Tank Size: 45 gallons
Quote: kiss my shiny metal ass!!!{bender}
About Yourself: new hobbyist had 3 tanks in the space of a year, happy now and have settled with this one.

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