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20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - just my 20 gallon tank decorated with marbel with proved not to be toxic and a fake plant

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: just trying to develop a mix of african cichlids, going to expand to a 72 gallon bow front once i move
Advice: have fun, experiment and try new things.
Fish Kept: cichlids; m/f Electric Yellow Cichlid and m/f Demasoni Cichlid. I am trying to be cheap and populate myself
Corals/Plants: marbel i stole from my friend
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: just enjoy
About Yourself: Demasoni so far they have not killed any one but do but on quiet a show.

COMMENTS

very cool fish avatar
nice tank you siad the marbel is not toxic fish avatar
Very creative design i can't belive you not ranked any higher. fish avatar

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