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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: This is a 75 gallon tank that is 48" long by 14" wide and 26" deep. i have a wet dry trickle filter with bio balls that feeds to a 3 chamber sump that sits under the tank. There is also CPR over flow box. For lighting i use 1 Blue Actinic light and 1 10,000K light both are made by Coralife.
Advice: Stay focused and never loose sight of what you want to accomplish and do as much research as possible. Research will save you money.
Fish Kept: Lake Tanganyika African Cichlids
Corals/Plants: -Texas Holey Rock -2 different species of Anubias plant -1 Val plant
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: i cant explain why i got into this all i know is that i hit the ground running. everyday i am excited to come home and look at my tank, and i think that is very important.

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