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Old 06-14-2012, 07:58 AM   #1
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Hi guys, just saying hello..

I normally show and breed american bulldogs, but Ive just recently been looking at fish tanks and was given a 3ft 100l tank for free from a close friend.
ive bought all the stuff pumps/filters/heater/gravel/plants(fake im afraid) etc...

my girlfriends dad keeps freshwater fish so has help me set it all up etc.. he keeps guppies/tetra/platys/2corys(ones albino) and a raphael catfish..
Now i like all those fish but im not overly keen on the guppies, dont get me wrong i find them beautiful.

Heres a pic of my tank just after i filled it up last week.

We now have 2 dalmation mollys and 4 assorted Platies, we are going for some kind of pleco a rapheal cat.. maybe an angel fish later on..

Thanks, Martin
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