Photo #1 - My 125 Gallon Cichlid Tank - Blue Peacock,red Pea...

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: Check out my videos of all of my tanks and my fish room on youtube type in cichlidmania26. please rate my tank and leave comments. i really want other peoples ideas and what they think of it. i love fish tanks more than anything. so iet me know.i have a 125 gallon freshwater cichlid tank hooked up to a 100 gallon sump tank in another room. im running a pond filter with a built in uv sterilizer. this filter is ran by a 3500 gph pump. i have a 200 micron sock on my over flow. i have four t5 two of them which are atinic bulbs. i have around 200 pounds of crush coral between the tank an sump tank. i have over 60 fish in this one tank. plus i have seven other tanks running on this system with around 200 other fish. including blue and red peacocks.
Advice: never give up on what makes you happy. when having cichlids be perpared to lose fish. these fish fight alot
Fish Kept: blue peacock,red peacocks, red devil, blood parrots, jack dempshey, ob zebras,bubblebees,fire mouth,ac,silver dollar, electric yellow, bacarhides, war heads, and so much more.
Corals/Plants: i have lava rock and pumice stone. i took that huge pumice rock in the middle and cut it in half with a hot saw and drilled holes in it. it actually weighes like 90 lbs and floats. i had to weigh it down with lava rock.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: "live life to the fullest"
About Yourself: ive been keeping fish ever since i was a little kid. i dont know why i like it so much but its a blast to make these beautiful tanks to look at.

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Love the tank.... great looking set up... fish avatar

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