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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: Can't remember the dimensions it's like 36 tall 28 width 48 length I'm chillin having a few brews I don't feel like looking it up at the moment. I love it because it's tall rather then long like most. 3 really expensive fluorescent lights, for plants,2 for fish color and growth. 2 top of the line cascade filters, power head to keep water flowing good, 3 air hoses.
Advice: Don't start this hobby unless you are dedicated! I treat my fish like my kids! Even tho I don't have kids lol. Water change every Friday, clean filters one every other couple of weeks, it's a lot of work so do research son! I have 3 tanks so Fridays are a busy day for me. Lol
Fish Kept: I like to collect assorted cichlids, I have about 30 I've collected, rare and normal ones.. 5 exodons!! Awesome fish! Believe it or not I have 11 little Cory cats in the tank cichlids don't bother them at all and they clean up well! 11 inch common sucker, one 3 inch rubber sucker. I have one new species of fish that a breeder accidentally breed, he put to cichlids of opposite sides of Africa to fight each other but they mated! they are suppose to be sterile towards each other too! He's a cool fish! Middle tank dweller, looks like a bulldog no joke
Corals/Plants: Big pieces of wood and lace rock, tall plants,planning on getting a lot more..
Tank Size: 200 gallons
Quote: Make it happen
About Yourself: Fishy lover

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