This is my first video of my first 50 litre fish tank/aquarium

A look at my new 50 litre tank and the types of fish I have got in there.
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We have 8 of Murray's fibreglass grow beds filled with gravel and 1/2 an old tank in the ground for the fish. the tank capacity is around 8500 litres. At present we just have afew yabbys in the tank and nothing planted yet. We've got a big air blower rigged up for hot weather and the whole lot will be covered with shade cloth before too long. We haven't piped the water around the grow bed yet and have been wondering if it is worth the pipe, seems like it would be easier to just let it flood out on top???
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I must admit, i was a little unsure how to go about moving the filters and fish across at the same time as my BB is spread across all three filters, one of which is now in this tank leaving the other two to support the bioload in the little 50 litre. I guess in an ideal world I just move both 406's across along with the fish in a short a time frame as possible. But I would like some testing time with it all running before I add livestock to it. Hmm... My Goldfish Of 4 Years Is In A 50 Litre Tank
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Hi there! This is my first video of my first 50 litre fish tank/aquarium! I know my water is not crystal clear, but I have just planted the plants!
I have just set it up and I would like to get some tips! Please answer following questions:
1. What do you think about my setup, should I change anything? What?
2. Do you have a suggestion on how many fish and what kind of fish I should have?
3. Are there any tips/tricks I need to learn?

Please subscribe for more content!The “litres-per-cm” rule may deceptively give you the impression that it can be universally applied, but it is just as relative as the others: in fact the litres-per-cm rule can be especially misleading if you have very small fish because it can induce you to think that a very small goldie can live in a 20 litre tank. However such a small amount of water is inadequate to set up even a simple aquarium. If you want to have a chance to keep steady water parameters you should consider a tank no smaller than 50 litres. Said so, the litres-per-cm rule also fails to point out another important factor: it is advisable to keep no less than two goldies together. While a lonely goldie will survive, goldfish are by nature social animals and will benefit from the company of another member of their species. (In countries such as Switzerland, where I live, it is explicitly forbidden by law to keep less than two goldfish in the same tank).24 Litre Fish Tank for tropical or cold water fish. Easy to set up and comes with tank light and filter. Bought from Maidenhead Aquatics in Basingstoke for £70. Never used, in perfect working condition, just decided to use a larger 50 litre tank instead. Only ever poured some stones in it, so apart from slight dust inside its in perfect never used condition.24 Litre Fish Tank for tropical or cold water fish. Easy to set up and comes with tank light and filter. Bought from Maidenhead Aquatics in Basingstoke for £70. Never used, in perfect working condition, just decided to use a larger 50 litre tank instead. Only ever poured some stones in it, so apart from slight dust inside its in perfect never used condition.