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

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Country: Australia
Description: this is my 6 foot by 2 by 2 . its big enough to give rambo some play room .i run a internal 2500 litre an hour filter one end and an 800 the other end with two 800 power heads to create some movemeant in the water. two ship halves and a few rocks and a bit of fake coral. two three foot lights under the hood and one big heater.
Advice: weekly filter changes will keep your water crystle clear .the position of your filters can also make a big difference. clean your glass weekly , the longer you leave it the harder it gets to clean.i only replace water in my tank as it evaporates so i can be sure to keep as much good bacteria in the tank as possible.
Fish Kept: 30 cm red devil , yo yo loach, two clown loach 4 bristle nose and his best mate in the tank a fuelleborns cichlid .
Corals/Plants: crushed coral gravel . red and brown rock which was originally salt water rock.
Tank Size: 880 gallons

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