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Country: Australia
Description: 6' x 2'' x 2.5'. 4' Wet/Dry Sump. DIY extra bio-balls and siliencing for your trickle system. Easy setup for filter changes. Also have a 2' x 1' x 1.5' breeding .
Advice: Stick at it. The bigger the tank the easier it is to look after.
Fish Kept: 6 x Frontosa's 5 x Dolphin Fish (Blue Moorii) 4 x Bala Sharks 4 x Clown Loaches 4 x Electric Yellows 1 x Golden Gourami
Corals/Plants: Plastic Plants Self Cured Large Aquarium Rocks. (Very Easy)
Tank Size: 225 gallons
Quote: Nil Stress
About Yourself: I am currently in the Royal Australian Navy so my aquarium has to be self sufficient as my wife doesnt touch it. This could be up to 3 months at a time. Timers and self feeders do all the work. Vey easy to maintain

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