Photo #2 - My Cichlid Tank Please Feel Free To Leave Comm...

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Country: Australia
Description: Tank is a Aqua One Aqua Grande 120 3x36inch 30w lights 2 filters. one internal power head with 3 filter bays on top of tank 1200 l/hr. and one external filter Aqua one CF1200 1200l/hr Tank 120W x 55H x 46D Two Aqua one air pumps SR-7500 One Aqua pro 300w heater Eheim automatic fish feeder
Advice: Start of small a build up big and just enjoy the best hobby around
Fish Kept: 2 Crimson Tides. 2 Marble Peacocks. 5 Electric Yellows. 2 Fire Blues. 2 Electric Blues. 1Bristle nose catfish. 1 Black ghost Knife Fish.1 Tangerine
Corals/Plants: A mix of live and artificial plants calcium sand and calcium rocks and drift wood
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: I started this hobby a year and a half ago with two goldfish in a small tank. six months after i started i got my new tank and some cichlids and have been hooked. I think cichlids are the best fish to keep, they seem more intelligent than most other community species. and fun to watch

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is that stone cladding for a background? looks good. fish avatar
nice tank.. looks very clear. good job! fish avatar

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