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125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Tank redesigned, please look at my other photos of the tank to better rate it.
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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: Freshwater, 2 Fluval 405 Filters, Coral Life Luft Air Pump, Ebo Jager 250 watt Heater a Aqua Clear 70 Power head and and a Koralia 1400 wave maker . Standard Aquarium Lighting with blue led night lighting on timers. Tank is 48x18x32 125 gallons.
Advice: Go slow and let your tanks ecosystem stabilize, then enjoy it and get a book or two I personally enjoy Dr Axelrods Atlas of freshwater aquariums.
Fish Kept: Lake Malawi Mbuna Chichlids
Corals/Plants: Plastic Plants, Cichlid Stones
Tank Size: 125 gallons
About Yourself: I recently relocated my tank to another room in my home so we stripped it, cleaned it and we are enjoying it as through it is brand new. I have been keeping freshwater fish for over 20 years. My favorite fish is the Green Severum.

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