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45 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - FFA Community Tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Tropical Community Tank W100cm x H44cm x D40cm Using fluval 105 also fluval internal filter 300w heater set to 26-28c
Advice: if you want to keep plenty of fish make sure they all got homes or a part of the tank to call there own and you should have no problems also feed well
Fish Kept: 1 Black Shark, 1 Red Tail Shark, 1 Albino Shark 1 Male / 1 Female Convict Chiclids 4 Mbuna Chiclids 2 (peach in clour but male speckeled female not) 5 (peach fry 3x 5cm 2x 3cm) 1 Male Ram 2 Bronze Cat Fish 6 Diamond Tetra's 3 Columbian Tetra's 1 other Tetra 6 Scepta Tetra's
Corals/Plants: using mainly bog wood and various rocks inc lava stones - 2x reptiles caves for Chiclids
Tank Size: 45 gallons
About Yourself: Been keeping tropical fish for several years love my black shark usually get rid once its reached 12" this is my third one. lol

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