Photo #2 - Close Up Of Some Of The Fish In My Tank Now Ive O...

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Photo Caption: close up of some of the fish in my tank now ive orderd a new back ground for the tank will upload when done. only had chiclids in for one week now so tank still needs work look forward to advise and coments
36 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - tank how it is now will put a bit more a few more plants in soon
36 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - close up of some of the fish in my tank now ive orderd a new back ground for the tank will upload when done. only had chiclids in for one week now so tank still needs work look forward to advise and coments
36 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - this was my set up before my chiclids

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: my tank is 100cm by 40cm by 40cm.running a Eheim 2227 wet/dry filter . 200w heater 36inch tropical bulb. white reef sand and ocean rock ph 8.0
Advice: have patience. be dedicated. and be sure what you buy is what you want to last a few years or it will be costly take a look at other set ups on the net then base yours on what you realy like
Fish Kept: 10 mubuna malawi cichlids and one syno cookuo cat fish they are all small in size i will be looking for a bigger tank in the future
Corals/Plants: none as yet
Tank Size: 36 gallons
Quote: what will be will be
About Yourself: i work in a car garage long hours and my friend got me in to fish so here i am as you can tell my photography is not to good i will upload some better pics soon keep looking thanks

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