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State: Arkansas
Country: United States
Description: 140 gallon freshwater new world cichlid tank, undergravel filter powered by 3 power heads, 2 aquatech back filters, and one cascade 1500 canister filter
Advice: Do your research and start slow. Figure out not only what fish go together but also the perfect filtration, heating and lighting systems. And never give up we all lost fish in the begining.
Fish Kept: Oscars, Jack Dempsey, Pacu, Red Bay Snook, Wolf cichlid, Red Head cichlid, Midas cichlid, Red Devil cichlid, Green Terrors, Festae Red terrors, Salvini, 5 spotted Jewels,Black Belts, Buttikefri, Jaguars, Convicts, Shovel Nose Catfish, Red Pikes, Green Texas, Firemouths, and plecos.
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 140 gallons
Quote: "All I want is money, @#$! the fame I'm a simple man" 2-Pac
About Yourself: Just a simple everyday guy who fell in love with large new world cichlids. Currently have a mistaken cross between a wolf and a red head.

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PETSMART said it was a red belly yours look darker than BONECRUSHER. fish avatar
this is lblb2002 thks 4 the info.I don't have the room 4 a bigger tank right now.Do u have any pics of your 2ft PACU U.If so please send 1 fish avatar

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