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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: i actualy didnt even plan on rearanging my aquarium untill i came across this rock.it is a forty six-gallon bowfront. the substrate is crushed coral, live plants from a local river, the rock actualy came from the same river, i saw it when i was snorkeling and had to go back and get it! i currently only have five, inch long african cichlids. one daffodill, two yellow labs, and two kenyii. the filtration consists of two hang on penguin bio wheel 300's. lighting is provided by only one flourescent 10,000 k bulb, when i can afford it im gonna get a twin bulb compact fixture. the heater keeps the tank a constant 78 degrees f. and the koralia current creator helps keep the water moving constantly, it flows around the front of the rock, keep in mind this tank was created on a budget
Advice: dont be afraid to try anything
Fish Kept: i have kept almost every kind of fish but i keep coming back to african cichlids
Corals/Plants: some plants from a local river
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: it'll be alright

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