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237 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - fishtank in a company!!

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Country: Germany
Description: 80 X 30 x 25 inch, 237 gallons (200 x 75x 65 cm, 900 Liter). contains big roots, stones, different kinds of tetras, kissing gouramis, blue gouramis, big catfishes, corydoras, siamensis, scalare, clown loaches etc. 2x christal profi 500 made by JBL. .....convince yourself! ;-)
Advice: ask me!
Fish Kept: different kinds of tetras, kissing gouramis, blue gouramis, big catfishes, corydoras, siamensis, scalare, clown loaches , pangasius...etc.
Corals/Plants: several
Tank Size: 237 gallons
Quote: ?
About Yourself: just ask me, i will answer...

COMMENTS

gorgeous tank. Good work fish avatar
That's a neat setup. Just the right size to display a good planted tank in my opinion. Still has space to see through and around the inside for the fish. fish avatar

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