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125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 125 gallon cichlid tank

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: Mixed African Cichlid tank 125g (6 feet long by 18" wide by 24" tall). Eco-Complete African Cichlid mix substrate, about 185 lbs. of hand picked rock, 2 power sweep power heads, complete under gravel filter (not used), 2(HOB) whisper 60 filters, 300w Rena Cal Excel heater, 1 aqua culture air pump, and finally 2 fluorescent light fixtures (2 bulbs each).
Advice: Take your time, and learn as much as you can before jumping in to the hobby.
Fish Kept: Red zebra colony,Metriaclima Zebra "Mphanga" Red Top colony, and a few other mixed cichlids.
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 125 gallons
About Yourself: I am currently a college student and own a lawn care business. I have been in the hobby now for probably 12 years. I started with a 10 gallon tank when I was younger; however I got rid of it shortly after. Then a few years later I bought a 55 gallon tank (presently converting it to saltwater) and in 2006, I bought the 125 gallon tank my freshmen year of college.

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