Photo #3 - My First Tank. Cant See It In The Pics, But Ther...

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Photo Caption: My first tank. Cant see it in the pics, but there's a retaining wall type thing, so the rear is about 2" higher than the front, with little caves made in the front section (on the front of the wall). Got 9 African Cichlids floating around in their little world with 2 sucker fish (one normal, one albino). Got a surprise the other day when I found one of them holding! (Pics uploading now) I thought it was an all male tank!
freshwater fish - aulonocara nyassae var. - peacock cichlid, orange blossom stocking in 90 gallons tank - African Cichlid holding her first batch
freshwater fish - aulonocara stuartgranti - gallireya reef stocking in 90 gallons tank - African Cichlid - Unknown type
90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My first tank. Cant see it in the pics, but there's a retaining wall type thing, so the rear is about 2" higher than the front, with little caves made in the front section (on the front of the wall). Got 9 African Cichlids floating around in their little world with 2 sucker fish (one normal, one albino). Got a surprise the other day when I found one of them holding! (Pics uploading now) I thought it was an all male tank!

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Country: Australia
Description: African Cichlids (x9) and two sucker fish. Aqua1 filter, air bubbles and heater
Advice: Nil
Fish Kept: African Cichlids
Corals/Plants: Immitation
Tank Size: 90 gallons

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