This is a 125 gallon tank. I have a lot of filtration on this tank. 3 canasters and 2 emporer 400's. I also have moon lighting as well as regular lighting.
The best advice I can give is filtration. The more filtration you have the more time you will spend looking at your fish than cleaning your tank. One other peice of advice, go big.
Plecos, frontosa's, clown loache's, African catfish and a big assortment of ciclids
Alot of drift wood and river rock with fake plants
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