Photo #2 - Leo, Posing For His Pic Again!!

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: We are getting a new 6ft tank sat 10th jan 09, cant wait!! its 6x2x2 (850 literes/190 gallons) out current tank is only little 3 ft one, , gravel, bog eood, rock, plant etc, usual stuff, and the fish!! ill update this when i know more about my new tank!!
Advice: dont start big and expensive!!
Fish Kept: Kissing gourami, angel fish, common pleco, upside down cat fish, albino shark, silver bala sharks x 2, sum type of snail eating fish-dont have a clue wat it is!!! and sum small things that the kids put in there!!
Corals/Plants: plastic until we get the new tank
Tank Size: 190 gallons
About Yourself: we decide to get a tank for the kids-but have actually made it our own now as the kids werent particually interested!! im not into "normal" looking fish, or small fish, hense why were getting a 6ft tank (wud get bigger if i had the room!!) im getting really interested in fish so trying to learn more about other species, rather then only knowing about the fish i have...

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