Photo #3 - 55 Gallon African And American Freshwater

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State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Description: Penguin 350 350gph Penguin 330 350gph 1500 GPH 10 Gallon Sump system Tronic 150 watt heater 78-80* 75 lbs. tennessee limestone 5 fake plants crushed coral substrate Up next? 150-200 Gallon!
Advice: Who says American and African cichlid's won't get along? Choose wisely!
Fish Kept: 1 Green Terror 1 Firemouth 1 Green Severum 1 Black Convict 1 Kribensis 1 Haplochromis somethingorother 1 Borleyi 1 Otocinclus Sucker mouth catfish 1 Chinese Algae Eater
Corals/Plants: N/A
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: "He who stands on toilet is high on pot"
About Yourself: 25 years old. I <3 my cars, my fish, and quickly getting into photography.

COMMENTS

consider painting your background but besides your tank looks really good fish avatar
Well i think your off to a great start! i stared at your tank for a good 5 minutes without blinking! i love that rock structure you got going on, i highly suggest a nice planted backgroung with rocks that match your rock wall texture! try and find a background that entails real plants! their hard to find! i gave it an 8) fish avatar
WOW UR TANK LOOKS AWSOME NICE TO SEE FISH TANKS WITH A NATURAL LOOK AROUND HERE CHECK MINE OUT WHEN U GET A CHANCE fish avatar

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