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freshwater fish stocking in 55 gallons tank - Front image of my 55 Gallon.

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State: Virginia
Country: United States
Description: 55 Gallon Oceanic Systems Glass Tank with AquaNeat LED full color spectrum light bridge. Sand substrate with a few river rocks for texture. Additional rocks are marble and a clay potAqua Clear Hang on filter 500 gph, artificial plants and skull. theme.
Advice: Take your time and do your research. Respect the process of cycling your tank and learning fish behavior.
Fish Kept: African Cichlids Mbunas, Clown Loach, Pleco
Corals/Plants: Artificial
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Respect the process
About Yourself: I am new to the hobby but have always loved aquatics. I am a vet and this is a way of keeping my soul at peace. Professionally, I am a Tax and Financial Services Professional and a boxing fan. But, all in all, I love fish which is why this may be only the beginning of my fish keeping journey. Stay Blessed.

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