Photo #1 - 72 Gallon Bowfront African Cichlid Tank.

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Photo Caption: 72 gallon Bowfront African cichlid tank.
75 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 72 gallon Bowfront African cichlid tank.
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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: I have a 72 gallon bow front tank filled with african cichlids and and a bunch of imitation coral I found on the internet and live rock as well to help keep the PH level high. My tank is running on 2 505 fluval pumps and 2 bublers inside for oxygen. I have a blue marine glow led light witch makes the tank look really exotic along with my fish and coral. I have about 15 different lake Malawi African cichlids in my tank.
Advice: Read up on these fish before buying them so u know how to care for them.
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: live love laugh.
About Yourself: I had a small tank when I was a kid. Fish are relaxing and peaceful. I love the ocean I love nature and I figure why not bring it into my home. I love watching tanked and fish tank kings.

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