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Photo Caption: This is my second tank in my drawing room wall my tank size is L 5'x D3' x h3 'i have used Dead Coral UV filter External Filter and Under gravel filterin this tank
70 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my second tank in my drawing room wall my tank size is L 5'x D3' x h3 'i have used Dead Coral UV filter External Filter and Under gravel filterin this tank

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Country: India
Description: 4ft, Custom Wood Stand and Hood.. Built in Purple Neon and White Flurecent Grow Light (Aqua one).. Aqua one Air Pump.. Aqua one Heater.. Aqua one Outer Tank Canister Filter (900lph).. Drift Wood, Unknown Plants.. Aqua one Bubble Wall
Advice: this is a unique & excelent hobby
Fish Kept: Assorted lake malawi and other species such as the electric blues and yellows, mainganos, mpanas, peacocks, lombadi, bumble bees, red zebras, red empress, black and albino sharks, bristlenose, convicts, texas, and a others.. Oh yeh and a big blue Yabbi called Clampy
Corals/Plants: plastick plants
Tank Size: 70 gallons
Quote: excelent
About Yourself: i m working in pt sector company this is my hobby 7& this is my first aqurium

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