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State: Missouri
Country: United States
Description: 135 gallon" 72" long "18"wide "24" high fluval fx5, aqueon 400 heater eheim jaguar 300 watt drilled box with golden pothos quickrete sand african drift wood with lake drift wood. The big rocks are fake but look good and provide hiding places.The rocks are from petsmart called craggy sea rock.AND 2 fake plants
Advice: take your time do some research and get the biggest tank you can afford the first time but don't go over board you will gain experience as time goes by have fun.IF U keep cichlids that tear up live plants try golden pothos will help reduce nitrates
Fish Kept: S/C AMERICAN cichlids 3 severums 2 blood parrot 5 geophagus 1 blue arcara 5 firemouths 1 redtail black shark 3bushy nose plecos 2 synodontis catfish tough enough to hang with cichlids
Corals/Plants: african drift wood mix with lake drift wood craggy sea rock from topfin at petsmart also 1 texas holey rock.golden pothos. 2 fake plants. quickrete sand works great!
Tank Size: 135 gallons
Quote: read Gods word daily
About Yourself: started with gold fish bowl at 10 years old ended up with a 135 gallon 3 years ago never got bored of the hobby. my s/c american cichlid tank has been my best tank by far

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