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6 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - africans

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Country: Australia
Description: 6 ft / 2ft 2ft two 2400 lph power heads 1 240 w heater twin 3 foot fluro lights .
Advice: keep lots of current going in your tank , keeps your fish moving,keeps them healthy and keeps your tank clean . more filter cleans and only as much water changing as you need to keep good bacteria in your water .can have never enough sucker fish you can never clean your glass to many times .
Fish Kept: 1 dolphin, 2 elec yellows , 1 trophius , 1 male venestus, 6 red zebras, 1 red top zebra , 1 rainbow shark 3 bristlenose 1 pleco 1 freshwater crab 1 blue claw yabby 1 compressesep 2 convicts 1 jack dempsy 1 blood peacock 1 clown loach 1 gohst knife 1 yo yo loach and heaps more
Corals/Plants: 2 ships lots of red rocks some fake plants and crushed coral gravel
Tank Size: 6 gallons
About Yourself: loved fish my whole life , i have had many africans americans fresh water big and small . very relaxing hobby .

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