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Country: Lebanon
Description: 180 x 60 x 50cm 540 litre or 140 gallons
Advice: Don't rely on the guy in the aquarium shop to choose you're fish.....do you're own research. Over filter and do 20% water changes every week...dont use any chemicals for the water.
Fish Kept: 4 yellow labs, 3 frontosas, 1 blue peackock, 2 lelupies, 1 duboisi, 1 venustus, 1 johanni+1 red zebra+1 white Zebra or albino...+1 ice blue cobalt+3 blue dolphins. I plan to add 15 more.
Corals/Plants: Rocks from the mountains of lebanon.Crushed coral.
Tank Size: 100 gallons
About Yourself: From the time i was a small kid i wanted to have an aquarium.But only 3 years ago i got into the hobby and bought a small 25 gallon tank. I experimented a lot with different kinds of fish. I loved african Cichlids but noticed that they need a bigger tank, a 100 gallon tank is a minimum. So i bought this tank...

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very nice !! fish avatar
Great tank.....one day ill have a tank like that! fish avatar
I dont know about a loach, but I would very much reccomend a few Synondontis Petricola. That are very active once they settle in, and they look really cool. The multipuntatus is often confused for them. So, do some research on them so the fish store doesnt try to fool you. They are very cool, and the cichlids will not mess with them. Even if they are very small. they just get out of their way. That tank is killer. fish avatar
Cool tank, but id leave the corals for saltwater! fish avatar

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