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Photo Caption: 72L x 24W x 24H 180 GALLON with 2 oscars ,2 jack dempsies cichlids2 black belt cichlids 2 fire mouth cichlids 1 green ter cichlid 1 unknown cichlid 1 pleco 1apple snail and 1 beta (who has been in tank for a while)
freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 72L x 24W x 24H 180 GALLON with 2 oscars ,2 jack dempsies cichlids2 black belt cichlids 2 fire mouth cichlids 1 green ter cichlid 1 unknown cichlid 1 pleco 1apple snail and 1 beta (who has been in tank for a while)
freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 72L x 24W x 24H 180 GALLON with 2 oscars ,2 jack dempsies cichlids2 black belt cichlids 2 fire mouth cichlids 1 green ter cichlid 1 unknown cichlid 1 pleco 1apple snail and 1 beta (who has been in tank for a while)

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Country: United States
Description: 72L x 24W x 24H 180 GALLON with 2 oscars ,2 jack dempsies cichlids2 black belt cichlids 2 fire mouth cichlids 1 green ter cichlid 1 unknown cichlid 1 pleco 1apple snail and 1 beta (who has been in tank for a while)

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