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Country: Pakistan
Description: Dimensions: 4 feet / 2 feet / 1 foot Lights: Water Proof Aquarium Light (pink) & Blue LED tube light (Night Mode) Filtration: Home/Self Made Water Filter. (Components: 2 buckets, filtering material, pipes, power head filter, pipes) Back Ground: Home/Self made Rock Wall (made up of cement, thermopol sheet, and cement colour)
Advice: Suggestion/Advice: for maintaining the interest in this hobby we have to start doing/inventing stuff by our selves, rather than we start depending on the technology.
Fish Kept: Tiger scat fish, Malavi cichlids, peacock cichlids, loach, Gourami, Paku Piranah
Corals/Plants: None - Artificial
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: None
About Yourself: Well I am a Telecom Professional and I started keeping fish a couple of months ago because of my friend/coligue and obviously it was actually the fish which were so attractive that made me start keeping them.

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