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freshwater fish - astronotus ocellatus - albino oscar stocking in 120 gallons tank - i have 2 oscar fishes and a green terror cichild the tank dimensions are 140 large 60 tall and 50 wide all cm lighting : is flurecent light around 220 watts Filtration Aqua clear 70 filter
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Photo Caption: i have 2 oscar fishes and a green terror cichild the tank dimensions are 140 large 60 tall and 50 wide all cm lighting : is flurecent light around 220 watts Filtration Aqua clear 70 filter
freshwater fish - astronotus ocellatus - albino oscar stocking in 120 gallons tank - i have 2 oscar fishes and a green terror cichild the tank dimensions are 140 large 60 tall and 50 wide all cm lighting : is flurecent light around 220 watts Filtration Aqua clear 70 filter

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Country: Mexico
Description: i have 2 oscar fishes and a green terror cichild the tank dimensions are 140 large 60 tall and 50 wide all cm lighting : is flurecent light around 220 watts Filtration Aqua clear 70 filter I HAVE A SALT WATER FISH TANK ALSO :) 40 gal
Advice: none
Fish Kept: south american cichlid
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 120 gallons

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