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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 3ft, 125l freshwater tank. Aqua-flow 200 filter, 125w heater, subdued lighting (18w I think). I have a couple of pieces of bogwood and several slate rocks. Airstone on occasionally.
Advice: New to this myself!!
Fish Kept: 3 x zebra danio; 3 x neon tetra; 3 x black widow tetra; 2 x bumble bee platy; 1 x albino cory; 2 x pepper catfish; 3 x amano shrimp.
Corals/Plants: one small fake, 4 real .
Tank Size: 33 gallons
About Yourself: Given a tiny (20l) tank last summer and thought it would be a real pain in the neck to look after, but got hooked and have wanted a bigger set up ever since. My wife got me the tank at Christmas. Moved the fish (and filter media, and some rocks) in from the smaller tank, they seem to love their new home.

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