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40 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 40G mbuna Marinland bio wheel + Fluval canister

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 36x15x16 Mbuna Tank. Filtered with Fluval canister,Marineland bio wheel and weekly water changes. These fish are from lake malawi in africa. They require weekly water changes and generally shouldnt be kept in tanks this small. 55 gallons is really the smallest size for mbuna as there was much agression and I did loose a fish so I wouldn't recommend this size to anyone.
Advice: 55 gallons is really the smallest size for mbuna as there was much agression and I did loose a fish so I wouldn't recommend this size to anyone interested in mbuna. 55-75 gallons is better.
Fish Kept: 3 red zebras, 1 melonochromis auratus, 1 demonsoni, 1 yellow lab, 1 idk
Corals/Plants: no
Tank Size: 40 gallons

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