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125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - It's a Cichlid world

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: This is my 125 Gallon cichlid tank. I went with a bit more of a natural look. I tried imagining myself as a fish in a river or a lake and remake a scene from the depths. I used fake plants with real driftwood and slate rocks with a sandy substrate. Being a cichlid tank they have plenty of caves and places to hide. For filtration I have a wet/Dry sump and fluval 306 canister filter. My fish are a Jaguar Cichlid (Busa)2 Jack Dempseys (Big & Lil Diesel)Pink Convict (Vinny)Firemouth (Bowzer)Senegal Bichir (Nessy)2 Yellow Labs (Bert & Ernie)Aratus (Bumblebee)Johanni (Flip)OB Peacock (oB)Albino Socofoli (Pearl)Synodontis Cat (Mugsy)2 Bala Sharks (Bonnie & Clyde)
Advice: Do what you love, do your homework, ask questions and don't be afraid to make a mistake.
Corals/Plants: Fake plants, real wood, sand substrate
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: Do the Impossible
About Yourself: Addicted to fishing, and Aquariums.

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