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Photo Caption: my albino flowerhorn.i bought it on 14 february 2011 from a LFS.it was in a miserable state when i bought it.it is fine and healthy now,growing well and its KOK is just starting to grow.
freshwater fish - cichlasoma sp. - flower horn cichlid stocking in 15 gallons tank - my albino flowerhorn.i bought it on 14 february 2011 from a LFS.it was in a miserable state when i bought it.it is fine and healthy now,growing well and its KOK is just starting to grow.

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Country: India
Description: the smaller one,i.e. 15 gallons is the first fish tank i had and its still with me.i had a group of three spot gourami in it for about 2 years.it has nothing but a school of feeder fish in it now.i treat them with some medicine before i feed them to my other fish in my 55 gallon tank. in my bigger,i.e. 55 gallon tank,i have a flowerhorn(albino) in it for about 3 months.i bought it on 14 february 2011 from a LFS.it is fine and healthy now,growing well and its KOK is just starting to grow. i had many fish bowls before and i had bettas(fighter fishes) in them.i had 7 bowls earlier.but i dont have any right now. i love my fishes more than i love myself!!!!^_^
Advice: 1)always buy a tank as big as possible. 2)research your fish before you buy them i.e. their compatibility & suitable tank size required for your fish . 3)buy nice filter/s ,heater and air stone,bubblers,etc.
Fish Kept: group of three spot gourami, group of kissing gourami, 1 flowerhorn , 7 bettas(fighter fishes), a school of feeder fishes, hundereds of gold ,fish,sharks,tinfoils,angel fishes,etc(when i was a kid), fancy oranda gold fish(the best i've enery seen in my life).
Corals/Plants: no planted or coral tanks yet.:..(
Tank Size: 15 gallons
Quote: live and let live

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