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Photo Caption: This is my first shot at a 50+ galon. After adding the water for the first time, the base of the tank cracked. I sent it back to the manufacturer to have it fixed. When it came back, it had a leak. So after all my trouble of getting it setup up, this is the outcome. The tank is situated between my kitchen and the tv room. So I tried to have little deco in the center and have more on the sides so that my wife can still watch tv while doing the dishes.
58 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my first shot at a 50+ galon. After adding the water for the first time, the base of the tank cracked. I sent it back to the manufacturer to have it fixed. When it came back, it had a leak. So after all my trouble of getting it setup up, this is the outcome. The tank is situated between my kitchen and the tv room. So I tried to have little deco in the center and have more on the sides so that my wife can still watch tv while doing the dishes.

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Country: South Africa
Description: Size 1200 x 60 x 60 cm Filtration 2x Acton Powerheads (3600 L/h) Heater 300W Lighting 2x 40W Substrate fine crushed coral Rocks reef rock, reef Tower Background none Feeding Nutrifin Cichlid Flakes, pleco flakes, blood worm Other drift wood, fake drift wood
Advice: Be patient, this is a long term hobby
Fish Kept: 4 Caeruleus 4 Auratus 4 Estherae 6 lombardoi 3 Venustus 1 Sail fin Pleco
Corals/Plants: Anubias Nana, fake grass
Tank Size: 58 gallons
Quote: John 3vs16
About Yourself: I accedently fell in love with fish after I bought my wife (girlfriend at that time) what they call aqua babies (just small little neons). I started taking more interest in the lillte critters and bought a bigger tank (46 liter) with tetras. Now, I went to the next level with a 58g Mbuna tank

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