Photo #2 - My First Lake Malawi Mbuna Cichlid Tank Picture ...

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 1-36g Malawi Cichlids 1-14g Planted Tetra 1-55g Turtle Tank 3-2g Betta
Advice: Plan your design carfully. there is nothing worst then tring to change anaquascape with fish living in it. Beginners or not, dont be afraid to try new things. you never know what will work unless you experiment.
Fish Kept: 1-36g Malawi Cichlids (newest) 3-Red Zebra, 2-Kenyis 1-14g Planted Tetra 12 Assorted Tetras 1-55g Turtle Tank 1-Redear Slider 3-2g Betta 2 Males, 1-Female
Corals/Plants: 2-Dwaf Sag, 1-Red Wrate, 2 other unknown plants
Tank Size: 36 gallons
Quote: "AWWWW, FEESH" Quote My 14 Month old Son

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