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46 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations)

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State: South Carolina
Country: United States
Description: This is my 46 gallon bow front cichlid tank. I really can't do much with because of me being in the military(you never know when you got to leave somewhere). I have 11 African cichlids, I try to do the best I can with what I have got. I just love doing this, it's so relaxing. If anyone has any good ideas to better my tank email me.
Fish Kept: Lake malawi cichlids
Tank Size: 46 gallons

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If you like a tank, that's all that matters. All I can tell you is if you like an idea, use it. Collect all the cool rocks and driftwood you can to do different things each time you rearrange. In my 20+years of this hobby it just keeps getting better. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE FOR THIS COUNTRY! rmcgill37 fish avatar
Great tank...I also live in SC for the time being, my husband is in the military as well...We just got our tank from some friends and plan to do sooo much with it... fish avatar
I think you need something filling the front fish avatar

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