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Photo Caption: This is my new 125gl cichlid tank. It does not have any fish at this time. I used featherock, eco-complete african cichlid sand, and fake plants because cichlids love to dig. The featherock had to be cooked in the oven and dropped in a bucket of water to make them sink but the light weight of the rocks saved me alot of money at .50 cents a pound.
125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my new 125gl cichlid tank. It does not have any fish at this time. I used featherock, eco-complete african cichlid sand, and fake plants because cichlids love to dig. The featherock had to be cooked in the oven and dropped in a bucket of water to make them sink but the light weight of the rocks saved me alot of money at .50 cents a pound.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 125 cichlid tank
Advice: Don't added to many fish at one time
Fish Kept: no fish in new 125 gallon
Corals/Plants: fake plants
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: Live it love it
About Yourself: Not at this time

COMMENTS

nice rocks! where'd you purchase em from? fish avatar
Were can i buy some featherock?? fish avatar
HOW DID YOU GET SUCH A AWLSOME PHOTO fish avatar
very clean setup. inspirational. fish avatar

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