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Photo Caption: NEW PIC OF CICHLID TANK
125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - NEW PIC OF CICHLID TANK

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 125 OCEANIC GLASS TANK, 2 EMPEROR 400 BIO WHEELS, 2 MAGNUM CANISTER FILTERS, TWO 75G HEATERS, 2 ROUND 5" AIR STONES WITH 2 100G AIR FILTERS.
Advice: HAVE FUN, THIS IS THE MOST REWARDING HOBBY BUT CAN GET PRICY IF YOU ARE NOT CAREFULL. TO SAVE YOURSELF THE AGGREVATION OF SWITCHING TANKS EVERY 6 MONTHS, JUST START WITH THE LARGEST YOU CAN ACCOMODATE.
Fish Kept: 2 ALBINO CICHLIDS, 2 LARGE PLECOSTAMUS, 2 CONVICT CICHLIDS, 2 SUNSET CICHLIDS, 1 TANGERINE KENYI CICHLID, 1 ELECTRIC BLUE, 2 SPOTTED CATFISH, 3 BLOOD RED PARROTS, 2 JACK DEMPSEYS, 2 YELLOW LABS, 2 PEACOCK CICHLIDS.
Corals/Plants: ALL PLANTS ARE ARTIFICIAL. 25 RIVER BED ROCKS APPROX. 30 LBS. REAL LOUISIANA BAYOU DRIFTWOOD (2 PIECES). AMAZING HOW EXPENSIVE DRIFTWOOD CAN BE.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: "GET BUSY LIVING OR GET BUSY DYING" - THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION

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