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Photo Caption: this tank is no longer, moved up to 50 gallon new pics coming soon this 29 is going salt i cant wait
29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - this tank is no longer, moved up to 50 gallon new pics coming soon this 29 is going salt i cant wait

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: my 29 gallon cichlid tank
Advice: patience grasshopper good things come to those who wait
Fish Kept: 1 fire mouth,1melanochromis johanni,1 more that i cant find the name for its neon orange with black spots.And 1 clown pleco
Corals/Plants: 2 plastic,live amazon sword and two others not sure what htey are
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: if god is truly just i tremble for the fate of my country
About Yourself: My wife and I took over her brothers 10 gallon tank about 6 months ago and became fascinated with the fish in it unfortunately we placed some diseased fish in it and killed everything in the tank.After doing some extensive reading and figuring out what we did wrong.we bought a bigger tank and all the proper equipment and decided to give it another shot.So far so good.we use the 10 gallon for quarintine now.its back up and running with some zebra danios in it to cycle.

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