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Photo Caption: 150 Gallon African Cichlid breeding tank. It has blue colbalts, yellow labs, and clown loaches. I have been doing fish tanks for 6 years. So far my favorites are African Cichlids and Australian Rainbows.
170 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 150 Gallon African Cichlid breeding tank. It has blue colbalts, yellow labs, and clown loaches. I have been doing fish tanks for 6 years. So far my favorites are African Cichlids and Australian Rainbows.
170 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - African Chiclid mostly live plants. Cichlid rocks cover the bottom.

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State: South Carolina
Country: United States
Description: Freshwater, the bigger the better!! I have African Cichlids, and clown loaches. Live plants and fake plants.
Advice: Check PH about once a week!! IMPORTANT!!! Don't overfeed! Fish have small stomachs, I always see people overfeeding their fish, drives me nuts!!
Fish Kept: African Cichlids, clown loaches, rainbows, discus. I have many many tanks!
Corals/Plants: All kinds :p
Tank Size: 170 gallons

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