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125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - african cichlids

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: we have power-glo lighting,we have three motors and one to clean the water..they are fluval...400..
Advice: great fish to have and smart fishes also and very colorful.
Fish Kept: a different assortment of african cichlids from frontosas,peacocks,tropheus,blue collar red tops....etc
Corals/Plants: some articial plants and sand
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: african cichlids
About Yourself: my father got me into african cichlids along time ago he had oscars and bala sharks and every since i got hook. but is a great hobby.

COMMENTS

Nice fish, the rocks would look so much better if they were in natural formations and the background paper would be better in a solid color. fish avatar
I am liking ur tank a nice mix of the mediums fish avatar
That's a great tank. Nice job. fish avatar
cool tank,,,nice colors fish avatar

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