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Photo Caption: 75 Gallon African Chiclid tank. Fish are all hiding when the picture is taken. However, I have about 20 chiclids ranging in sizes between 2 inch to 6 inch. Just setup the new 75 gallon. As I retired my older 75 gallon tank.
75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 75 Gallon African Chiclid tank. Fish are all hiding when the picture is taken. However, I have about 20 chiclids ranging in sizes between 2 inch to 6 inch. Just setup the new 75 gallon. As I retired my older 75 gallon tank.

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: African Chiclid Tank, Runs a Eheim 3E canister and a Emperor 400.
Advice: Filteration is very important
Fish Kept: African Chiclids and they are all hiding.
Corals/Plants: Holy Rock, and other mixes of rocks. Mainly rocks with wholes or caves.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: I love African Chiclids because they change colors if the enviroment is setup correctly. Always get male and females when buying fish as the males colors will be more dominate.

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