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Photo Caption: lol gotta pickup a nice l.e.d lighting system@moment using old lid for light lol really bright tho :)
26 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - lol gotta pickup a nice l.e.d lighting system@moment using old lid for light lol really bright tho :)
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Country: Australia
Description: my Handyman mate made me this tank from spare glass he picked up from escort agency he fixs stuff for them dont ask :) Size: 75 Wide x 45 High x 36 Deep
Advice: bit of fun i suction cupped plants onto back glass & top for more realistic environment
Fish Kept: Silver $, Arrow tail, Molly, Chinese algae eater, Bristle nose catfish, 4 Zebra danios, 2 Rummy Nose Tetra, 4 Neon tetras, 7 Gold fish, 2 Apple snail
Corals/Plants: Malaysian Drift wood, Bit of Java Moss on black pebbles mixed with Shrimp sand and crushed coral for a snow affect
Tank Size: 26 gallons
Quote: Well im the boss the head honcho, Elnumero Uno, Mr Big, The godfather, Lord of the rings, The bourne identity :)
About Yourself: started with 30l tank now i have 3 tanks :)

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