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Country: Australia
Description: 3ft x 3ft cube shape tank. Tank consists of an array of Lake Malawi and Lake Tanganyika cichlids. In addition a few pleco's. Have added a few plants for the fish (who are quite young currently)to play and swim around. The background is a rocky display which has the pleco's very happy hiding in and around the crevases.
Advice: when sitting up new tank make sure you live it for about two weeks before you put any fish. the longer you live it the better you fish tank will be come. also don't over fed the fish to much food it will turn in to nitrate then ammonia this will kill your fish with no warning fed your fish one's a day.
Fish Kept: PEACOCK CICHLIDS AND Tropheops CICHLIDS AND SOME PLECO'S
Corals/Plants: JUST NORMAL PLANTS
Tank Size: 140 gallons
Quote: BE HAPPY YOU ONLY YOUNG ONCE..
About Yourself: I started my first fish tank when my friend give me his small tank my first fish was oscar. I love pets i got two dog american bulldog and a pug

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