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Description: my african cichlid malawi tank, length 123cm, width 52cm, height 65cm, with a jbl e1901 external filter, a fluvial u3 internal filter, fluval a3985 marine /reef led lighting. 2x300w heaters.
Advice: this is my first cichlid tank!! so easy, just keep up with the water changes (personally i do 30-40% every 5 -7 days, and feed them 1/2 time a day. my fish are thriving and constantly breeding, so i must be doing something right! my and my toddlers love it!
Fish Kept: Bumblebee Cichlid, White Tail Acei, Acei Cichlid, Albino Peacock Cichlid, Synodontis Catfish, Borleyi Cichlid, Snow White Ahli, Sulphur Crested Lithobate, Rusty Cichlid, Ruby Red Peacock, Peacock Cichlid, Orange Blossom
Corals/Plants: bleached coral, white ocean rock and coral.
Tank Size: 70 gallons
About Yourself: I've always been into my fish, more tropical really as I've only had them tanks, but i fancied something different (as close to marine but less time consuming) my mum worked at a local aquatic shop before it closed down when i was very young, my grandfather used to breed oscars, discus & bettas, so i guess its in the blood! i love this tank, i had this put into a partition wall so it can be viewed from both sides, my toddlers love it and i keep them well educated!
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