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Country: Malta
Description: My tank is a 1000 ltr tank with a 200 Ltr sump. Everything is home-made except for the pumps. This tank includes a mixture of cichlids from Lake Malawi, Lake Tanganyika and Lake Victoria.
Advice: This is a great hobby !! try it out...
Fish Kept: Cynotilapia Axelrodi - Labidochromis Caeruleus - Petrotilapia "Golden Eastern" - Melanochromis Parallelus - Melanochromis Johannii - Melanochromis Elastodema - Melanochromis Auratus - Maylandia Lombardoi - Pseudotropheus Demasoni - Cyphotilapia Frontosa - Sciaenochromis Ahli - Aulonocara Nyassae.
Corals/Plants: Fake
Tank Size: 280 gallons

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just wondering, how are those frontosa coping with the others? im looking into getting a mixture of cichlids like that, looks good xD fish avatar
yo this is beautiful im lov'in your tank im trying to get mine to look like your. fish avatar
looks very nice, I am trying to make my tank llook like yours, and it is preety nice in my opinion but no one seems to like it. Can you check it out and give some advice? Keep up the great work! fish avatar
very nice fish fish avatar
this is great--I needed this inspiration to change my tank look--I love your cichlids--bravo to you fish avatar

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