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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: Dimensions: 6'-1.5'-2' Lighting: 2- 36" All Glass dual 25 watts Filtration: 2- Aquaclear 110s (just for bacterial filtration) 1- Fluval Fx5 Substrate: black moon sand
Advice: Start small, don't go big and lose it all due to inexperience.
Fish Kept: 3-electric yellows 4-red top zebras 2-johannis 2-socolofis 2-red/blue peacocks 2-ob peacocks 1-strawberry 2-venustus 2-frontosas 2-kenyi 1-albino red zebra 2-electric blue 1-elongated mbuna 1-rusty mbuna 1-red zebra 1-Unknown 3-clown loaches 3-Red finned blue botias 3-Tiger botias 4-African catfish 1-regular pleco 1-spotted royal pleco 1-royal pleco 1-green phantom pleco 1-Blue phantom pleco 1-leopard pleco 1-chocolate chip pleco 1-snowball pleco 1-yellow pleco 1-gold nugget pleco 1-widemouth pleco 1-sultan pleco
Corals/Plants: Non-living coral as decorations as well as barnacles, and shells All plastic plants
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: Don't believe everything people tell you, even if they are knowledgeable, take everything with a grain of salt.
About Yourself: I am a 17 year old student who got into this hobby because my dad had a 55 gal for years, and growing up i loved it. After digging through the basement four years ago I found it, set it up and put some sunnies i got from a lake in it, and have been expanding ever since. Before i got my tank i spent at least four or five hours a night for a month researching, and it paid off. Currently have a 125 gallon, a 75 gallon, 2- 55 gallons, a 30 gallon, a 15 gallon, a 10 gallon, and a 5.5 gallon.

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