Photo #2 - Amazon Tank - Angel Fish 2 Pairs Breeding Pair F...

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: amazon tank external filter 4 feet x 2
Advice: wood from beach washed then soaked in boiling water only use if beach is not polluted sand and gravel mix for subscrate made my own background used a bit of plywood glued polystrene to it then covered with brown silicone and sprinkled sand over it and put it behind tank not insdie so its easlily changed cost about 15 pound do it what has always worked for me is to keep the tank as natural as possible and the fish will always breed and always change the water once a week
Fish Kept: angel fish 2 pairs breeding pair festivums pair golden rams keyhole cichld red flame colombian tetras harlequin tetras glowlights neons red eyed tetras
Corals/Plants: amazon swords
Tank Size: 52 gallons
Quote: plenty more fish in the sea
About Yourself: kept cichlids for years always been able to breed them I have had central american setup lake malawi setup now an amazon

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LOVE this tank, gets a 10 from me. good advice as well. i love natural looking tanks. fish avatar

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