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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: We have several tanks. 3, 55 gallon, 1, 75 gallon,, 1, 39 gallon
Advice: It starts off small, then you become addicted! Next thing you know your house is full of tanks.
Fish Kept: Tiger Oscar, Albino Oscar, Peacock bass, Jaguar cichlids, Archers, and other cichlids, not all in the same tank. We have a 55 gallon full of non-aggressive fish also. Guppies, Barbs, Red-nosed rummy.
Corals/Plants: Our Oscars and Jaguar pull up any plants and destroy them. Most of our tanks have rocks or other things that are too heavy for them to destroy.
Tank Size: 75 gallons

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