Photo #4 - A Really Poor Picture Of My Dwarf Puffer, Its Har...

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Photo Caption: A really poor picture of my dwarf puffer, its hard getting a good quality with a curved tank :( i'll see if i can find a better camera soon...
fish tank picture - as of 20/05/08 :)
8 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - .
fish tank picture - .
fish tank picture - A really poor picture of my dwarf puffer, its hard getting a good quality with a curved tank :( i'll see if i can find a better camera soon...
fish tank picture - My plec :)
8 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My UFO 350 :) 8 gallons 30 litres

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: This is my new UFO 350. 8 gallons 30 litres INSIDE: sand substrate fluval 1 internal filter heater is TEMPORARY! my good one exploded during water change :(
Advice: im too new too advise others! lol BUT...i would say, stop with the tacky artificial tanks people :( its not natural, give the fish a real home!
Fish Kept: FISH: 2 black moores 1 plec (no idea what kind :S) 2 dwarf puffers :) 3 clown loach
Corals/Plants: two pieces of wood, one with plant attached. some other random plants (i dont know names sorry)
Tank Size: 8 gallons
About Yourself: Used ot keep fish when i was younger, bought this one month ago, all is going well :) had 4 dwarf guaramis but they all started fighting so i took them back :( will be upgrading to at least 100 litres next month when we move :)

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