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132 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - tropical tank with many fish,good filteration is the key
freshwater fish - cyphotilapia frontosa - frontosa cichlid stocking in 132 gallons tank - my frontosa and royal plec in background

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: this is a 132 gallon fresh water fishtank,6ft long 2.3ft high,2.5 deph.In this tank i have a mixture of fish,some rare also have eels in the tank.I have created a light effect so half the tank is marine blue and the other half is the natural look.Let me no what you think.
Advice: make sure you have good filteration
Fish Kept: mostly cichlids
Corals/Plants: Cichlids end up destroying real plants,your best bet is artificial they still look as good.
Tank Size: 132 gallons
Quote: cichlids
About Yourself: Started off with a 2ft tank and hear i am..

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