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Photo Caption: 4 ft long, 2 1/2 ft wide and 20 cm high. only rock work and one pink light. many caves and hiding places for the fish. 1 male and 1 female green terrors which have spawned 4 times with 500 eggs each time.
84 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 4 ft long, 2 1/2 ft wide and 20 cm high. only rock work and one pink light. many caves and hiding places for the fish. 1 male and 1 female green terrors which have spawned 4 times with 500 eggs each time.
freshwater fish - cichlasoma sp. - flower horn cichlid stocking in 84 gallons tank - Male Flowerhorn 12 inches. giant hump.

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Country: Pakistan
Description: 4 and a half feet long and 19 inches high. pink light. powerhead filter and bubble stone.
Advice: give fish exactly the same environment in an aquarium as they get in lakes and rivers.
Fish Kept: one male and one female green terrors (spawned 3 times with up to 500 eggs each time).
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 84 gallons

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hey buddy nice tank, ah you mind sharing a few green terror eggs next time you get them. fish avatar

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