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Country: Australia
Description: 4ft: Fluval 304 filtration with charcoal & boimax media. heater:Unknown Lighting:unknown Airpump:Hailea 2ft: Hang on filter. power head filter. Unknown heater For deco i use white rock, slate and river stones. I also use some drift wood. I use different sands and gravels, depending on the tank.
Advice: Be patcient. Don't jump into things. Take your time, read as much as you can about the type of fish you want to keep. And most of all ... Enjoy the hobby.
Fish Kept: African cichlids(mainly) Gold fish Mexican walking fish. Livebearers. Anglefish. Synodontis. Bristle nose catfish. Gouramis
Corals/Plants: Val Anubias bateri Anubias hybrid
Quote: On his way to succsess a man will pass failure.
About Yourself: Fish are my favourite pet and hobby. I got into them when a friend gave me his 2 ft tank and i asked my local aquarium what fish i should keep. He replies cichlids. And so cichlids it was and cichlids it is.

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