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Photo Caption: This is my tank shot couldnt get whole because of the room free space but will give you an idea
125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my tank shot couldnt get whole because of the room free space but will give you an idea

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Country: Turkey
Description: My tank 150 cm(L)*60(w)*60(H) and almost 125 gallons. Lighting includes 4 120 cm flo 2 of them Ocean blue 2 of them aquarelle . I have 2 canister filters one is Eheim 2217 and other Serafil 1300 and one wet/dry filter. And an addition flowmaker 1500 lt/h. Sand is Caribsea aragonite and lava rocks for caves.
Advice: first of all, be reasonable at chosing fish you like to house at your tank. Tropheus are in need of big tanks for better grow and breed. And be patient. and chose quality foods and dont be adventurous while keeping tropheus. Keep clean your tank and never delay water changes.
Fish Kept: 26 Tropheus Sp. Black Bemba (Red Kaiser)
Corals/Plants: Anubias barteri and crypto balansae
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: The King Of the Africa :TROPHEUS
About Yourself: I love tropheus!

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