Photo #1 - Feeding Time In My Malawi Tank

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Photo Caption: Feeding time in my Malawi tank
160 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Feeding time in my Malawi tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Lake Malawi cichlid tank 57"x27"x24" Ocean rock decor. Playsand, coral sand and crushed cockle shell substrate. Lighting - 48" beauty light, 48" marine white, 48" blue moonlight, 1 x spotlight. Filtration - 2 x Fluval 304 external filters, 1 x Sera internal filter. 1Xairpump, 2x airstones. Homemade hood and stand.
Advice: Stick with it!!
Fish Kept: Large variety of Lake Malawi Mbuna and 3 synodontis eiruptus
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 160 gallons
Quote: It's a fine line between a hobby and an obsession.
About Yourself: My dad always had tropical fish when I was a kid, so I sort of grew up with them around. I've kept tropicals for about 20 years on and off. Got into Malawi cichlids about 4 months ago.

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Nice job, well done. fish avatar

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