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Submitted By: Mark on
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40 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Fresh

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Clearseal 4Ft Fluval 205 external filter Tronic 150w heater Arcadia Light system Air pump running two airstones Marina digital thermometer
Advice: Get the biggest tank you can afford. From my experience the bigger the tank the easier it is to maintain water conditions. Research the water conditions you need for the type of fish you want to keep.
Fish Kept: 2 Angel Fish, 2 Bala (Silver) Sharks, 5 Swordtails, 2 Blue Gouramis, 2 Clown Loach, 1 Pakistani Loach, 1 siamese alge eater, 1 Sailfin Plec, 1 unknown catfish was sold to me as an upside down catfish. I've just rescued 2 female Bettas & another plec
Corals/Plants: All artificial plants
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: 'Say hello to my little friend'
About Yourself: Got into the hobby throught a friend, had no idea how addictive it could be. I'v been keeping tropical fish for around 4 year on & off.

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very nice. fish avatar
Nice bro! Keep it up :) fish avatar
Thanks for the comment. I like your stream lines crisp look! Nice! fish avatar

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