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

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Country: South Africa
Description: 4foot jebo cabinet tank.300watt heater,1500lhr resun internal filter,800lhr hailea canister filter,indigenous granite rock from local dam,mix of lfs gravel and collected gemstone.plastic plants,custom made hood,single flourescent,plans to upgrade later.only been up and running for a month now including cycling.
Advice: research research research.internet,books,whatever.just do it before wasting any time and money.
Fish Kept: cichlids.2 duboisis,2 livingstonis,1electric yellow,2 red tops,1 firemouth,1 albino and a clown loach and a upside down catfish more to be added soon.
Corals/Plants: plastic plants.
Tank Size: 81 gallons
Quote: DRIVE IT LIKE YOU BORROWED IT`
About Yourself: started at 11 with a yellow fish caught in a stream.kept it in a big seethrough plastic container,was successful it lived a long life and i've moved on to bigger fish and bigger tanks from humble begginings.

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very nice !! fish avatar

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