Photo #1 - Jewel Vision 260 Tank With Malawi Mbuna Cichlids

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Photo Caption: Jewel Vision 260 tank with Malawi Mbuna Cichlids
70 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Jewel Vision 260 tank with Malawi Mbuna Cichlids

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The Average Score for this category is: 4.63

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Jewel Vision 260, bow fronted. 121Lx62Hx46W cm 1 Internal filter system, 2 lights 1 white & 1 marine blue. 2 airstones. External Eheim Pro II filter. Coral sand as a substrate & lots of ocean rocks
Advice: Start off slowly don't run b4 u can walk
Fish Kept: An assortment of Malawi Mbuna Cichlids: Blue hap, pearl mutt,zebra,trophiops chilumba,tiger, synadontis catfish, Jalo reef, electric blue johanni's & Yellow Labs.
Corals/Plants: Several plastic plants
Tank Size: 70 gallons
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COMMENTS

I think your score is underrated... your tank looks amazing, so natural and vibrant... great job! fish avatar
Hi, I love your tank, it's just gorgeous. Not only does the setup look wonderful and natural, your fish are vibrant and colorful. It looks as though your tank is action packed, which is missing from many photos I have seen. Beautiful tank. bye fish avatar

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