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Photo Caption: My 70 Gal Osaka Bent Glass Malawi setup. 3d rock background ordered, then more fishies!
70 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My 70 Gal Osaka Bent Glass Malawi setup. 3d rock background ordered, then more fishies!

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Country: Canada
Description: Malawi Rock Tank This is an Osaka Bent Glass 70 Gallon tank meaning there are only 2 pieces of glass, different from a bowfront because the corners simply bend around the side letting you see the entire tank even from the side. It has an undertank 175 gallon Rena Filterstar Xp3 filter. It has 2 x T5 hanging lights and is an open topped tank. I DO NOT recommend this tank! It cracked up the side after a year, 70 gallons on the floor.
Advice: Ask questions, you can never know enough :) Also, over filtering never hurt anybody.
Fish Kept: Malawi Cichlids
Corals/Plants: Live Plants
Tank Size: 70 gallons
About Yourself: I have had a 30 gallon since I was little and have just upgraded to a gorgeous 70 gallon Osaka Bent Glass aquarium!

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