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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 75 gal freshwater assorted cichlid tank with other cool fish in it. Fluval 104 Canister Filter Fluval C4 Power Filter(love it) fine sand and crushed coral substrate various rocks for caves: granite, slate, lava rock, fake plants
Advice: if at first you don't succeed, try, try again
Fish Kept: Jack Dempsey, Albino Greshakeis, Auratus, Kenyi, Bumblebee, Yellow Labs, Moorii, Red Zebra, Acei, Ruby Peacock, Demonsi, etc. 2 Plecos: common and albino bristlenose 1 Golden Chinese Algae Eater 2" 1 Tire Track Eel 5" 1 Cobalt Blue Lobster(crayfish) 4"
Corals/Plants: fake plants because the fish dig in the sand and uproot them.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: I had a simple 20 gal for a long time, so about 4 months ago I decided to pump up the volume. I am still rearranging and creating habitats for my little guys. My tank makes me so happy every day. Everyone should have a fish tank.

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