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150 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Daddys pride and joy

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: Tank Size (72"w x 18"d x 28"h) 3/4in. Thick Glass 6) 18in. Florescent bulbs 1) Rena Filstar (3 media basket) external filter (400gph.) 1) Powerhead 660 gph. 1) 60 gallon Wisper Air Pump 1) 18in. Air Bubble Wand 4) 30in. Plastic Plants Rocks with smooth edges (No Sharp Corners) rangeng in size (1lb.-70lb.) Substrate is mostly Crushed Coral mixed with regular black Aquarium gravel.
Advice: Keep it simple. Invest some time into knowing your fish and their natural enviroment. The more comfortable your fish are the better they will look and behave. Cichlids are easy to keep if you pay a little attention to what your doing.
Fish Kept: African, and South American Cichlids. For EXAMPLE, Frontosa, Pearlmutts, Blue, Yellow, and Albino Sococlofi's, Salvini...........many, many more.
Corals/Plants: Real plants have been impossible for me to keep with these Cichlids, so I've reverted back to using plastic ones. They can't pull the plastic ones up the way I've anchored them into the big rocks. I'll show them, Haha!!
Tank Size: 150 gallons

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