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Photo Caption: This is my 55 gal. cichlid tank (still a work in progress). Not the best picture, so a new one will be coming soon! Thanks for looking!
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my 55 gal. cichlid tank (still a work in progress). Not the best picture, so a new one will be coming soon! Thanks for looking!
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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: Dimensions of my tank: 47.5 x 12 x 19
Fish Kept: 2 Jewel Cichlids 1 Cobalt Blue Cichlid 2 Yellow Lab Cichlid 1 Auratus (female) Cichlid 1 Blood Parrot Cichlid 1 Yellow Tail Acei Cichlid
Corals/Plants: a few artificial plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: I am still fairly new to this amazing hobby. This is my first 55 gallon tank, and so far I love it!!!!

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