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120 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 120 African MIx

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: All glass. African Cichlids. I have a home made wet dry consisting of two 55 G drums and 20 G of bio balls with matala mats. Everything returned by Mag 24
Advice: Read and reread. Ask lots of questions. Get the biggest tank you can afford then upgrade! Don't buy fish that will get bigger than your tank. Watch your Bio load. Don't over feed!
Fish Kept: Afican Cichlids-- 5 Frontosa- 5'(3), 7'(2), 5 Venustus- 14" (1) 9" (1) 2 Clown Loaches- 6', 2 Pleco- 10' & 12" 4 Elec Yellow-, 1 6', 3 that are 4' Many Ele Blue-
Corals/Plants: Crushed coal substrate. Texas Holey rock for aquascape.
Tank Size: 120 gallons
Quote: There's no such thing as too much filtration!
About Yourself: Former Marine and now Firefighter. I also have a Black Lab/Dob mix dog (Buddy) he is 80lbs.

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beautiful fish,niceist venustus ive seen on this site. fish avatar

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