Photo #1 - My First Thank That I Set Up Myself!

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Photo Caption: My first thank that I set up myself!
22 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My first thank that I set up myself!

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Interpet Fish Box 64ltr tropical aquarium, W60cm x D32cm x H37cm. Tank has one white light and one black light on seperate switches. Interpet internal power filter PF2 with max flow rate of 110 Gal/hr. Interpet Delta Therm 150 watt. Tetra tec APS150 air pump with non return valve and air diffuser tube.
Advice: I'm new! This is my fist tank of my own after many years of watching my dad keep tropical fish.
Fish Kept: Two Cuckoo Catfish, one Bulldog Plec, two Golden Rams and two Dutch Rams
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 22 gallons
Quote: Is it better to be hated for who you are, than to be loved for what you are not?
About Yourself: Hi! I'm a friendly petite female from the UK, just starting my very own first tropical tank! I've had an interest in fish all my life after watching my dad keep tropical, cold water and pond fish. I am especialy interested in Puffer fish :) I currently work in a home for disabled people as an activities coordinaotr and receptionist. I enjoy shopping, eating out, cinema, art , walking my dog and exercising. I like new challenges and will try anything once!

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I like your tank it looks real nice!!!!! fish avatar

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