Photo #1 - African Cichild 30 Gallon Long Tank. Lava Rock, ...

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Photo Caption: African Cichild 30 Gallon Long Tank. Lava Rock, Rainbow Rocks, and a Texas Holey Rock. Artificial Plants and dirftwood. Fluorescent Lighting. Whisper Power Filter for 30-60 Gallons and a Whisper Submersible 30-60 Gallon Heater. The Tank also contains sand for African Cichilds.
30 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - African Cichild 30 Gallon Long Tank. Lava Rock, Rainbow Rocks, and a Texas Holey Rock. Artificial Plants and dirftwood. Fluorescent Lighting. Whisper Power Filter for 30-60 Gallons and a Whisper Submersible 30-60 Gallon Heater. The Tank also contains sand for African Cichilds.
freshwater fish - metriaclima callainos - cobalt blue zebra cichlid stocking in 30 gallons tank - African Cichild
freshwater fish - metriaclima callainos - cobalt blue zebra cichlid stocking in 30 gallons tank - African Cichild

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State: New York
Country: United States
Advice: Read as much as you can before picking out what type of fish you want
Fish Kept: Electric Yellow, Auratus, Red Zebras, Socolofi, and a Colbolt Blue
Corals/Plants: Artificial ones
Tank Size: 30 gallons

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Nice job, how many fish do u have in total? fish avatar

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