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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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Your tank is looking nice, but I'm guessing you have been given duff advise. Please never mix coldwater and tropical fish in the same tank! Also your Clown loach will outgrow that size and you shouldn't have been sold them. I'm glad to see your upgrading, but even a 100 litre system will be too small for clown loach. Not trying to preach just help you out before you get problems! Steve fish avatar
can you keep goldfish (black moors) in a heated tropical tank cause i own 7 goldfish an der doin fine in a tank without any heater, just at room temprature.If you know please wright back to me cause im curious as i would like to mix some tropicals with my goldfish thanks. fish avatar

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