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40 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) -

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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: Both tanks kept are new to this location but I've enjoyed keeping tanks around for a while now. The tank is a 40 gal bow front. Ive got two Aqueon Power 50 filters a standard heater and hood with light All of the plants I have are plastic because I find that Cichlids dig live plants up. I spray painted the back black with UV safe paint and black glass paint.I really liked the final result.
Advice: Read as much as you can. Dont be afraid to ask other local fish stores the same questions you ask a Petco or Petsmart employee. Sometimes youll find answers will vary. Try your hardest to find a LFS you trust, it will make your life much easier
Fish Kept: An assortment of African Cichlids. I am stocking a smaller 30 Gal tank with cichlids and eventually I hope to move some of the larger fish into the bigger tank.
Corals/Plants: All plants are artificial
Tank Size: 40 gallons
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