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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 55 gal Cichlid

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 55 gal. freshwater H.O.T magnum hanging canister/black diamond premium activated carbon filters the water 2-15watt(Colortone 2700k) floresent bulbs temp.72-82F
Advice: aggressive one`s pick on not-as-aggressive one`s have plenty of hiding spots for those who are not- as- aggressive
Fish Kept: 3-african cichlids 2-auratus cichlids 2-albino cichlids 2-bumblebee cichlids 2-red tippid sharks 1-lionhead cichlid 1-malawi eyebiter cichlid 1-turquoise severum cichlid 1-pleco(suckermouth)
Corals/Plants: immitation coral rocks(lots of rocks) green,black,and white gravel
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: every day above the ground is a good day
About Yourself: my dad had a saltwater aquarium when i was young. I remember him having seahorses,puffer fish,star fish.etc. i`m not quite ready for saltwater yet. maybe some day ! ! !

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