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Photo Caption: 3 Foot Tropical Tank. Large drift wood and lots of plants, Bamboo, Sword plant and rocks. Amazon look. Heater and under gravel filter. 2x Bala Sharks, 3xAngels, Swords, neons, 2xClown Loaches & 2x . More to come as this is a new set up
33 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 3 Foot Tropical Tank. Large drift wood and lots of plants, Bamboo, Sword plant and rocks. Amazon look. Heater and under gravel filter. 2x Bala Sharks, 3xAngels, Swords, neons, 2xClown Loaches & 2x . More to come as this is a new set up

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Country: Australia
Description: 3 Foot Tropical Tank. Large drift wood and lots of plants, Bamboo, Sword plant and rocks. Amazon look. Heater and under gravel filter. 2x Bala Sharks, 3xAngels, Swords, neons, 2xClown Loaches & 2x . More to come as this is a new set up
Advice: IF HE DIES......HE DIES!
Fish Kept: Bala Sharks, Clown Loaches, Swords, Molies, Angels, Neons, Guppies, Gourami's
Corals/Plants: Bamboo, Grass, Sword plants, Drift wood
Tank Size: 33 gallons
Quote: Never give up

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