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freshwater fish - cichlasoma sp. - flower horn cichlid stocking in 150 gallons tank - my lovely fh!! he's d king he's damn good!!!!

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Country: India
Description: well its just a 150gallon tank havin ma king in it who too damn aggressive n yeah he'll just knok off nythin which lands in his territory...he rocks n no plants has yet survived in ma tank..so no plants..!!
Advice: guys tak ppl's opinion n yeah read a lot of articles n befor gettin a particular fish du gather its info on net or experienced,handled owners!!
Fish Kept: flowerhorn,arowana,severum,red and green terror,oscars,shovelnose catfish,discus,many mor
Corals/Plants: noooooooo
Tank Size: 150 gallons
Quote: never giv in!!!!!!
About Yourself: wel i'm a fish maniac n also dogs..!!! in common i love havin pets at home as dey ll cool u down!!! i love human n respect every1 in d way dey re to b respected!!!

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