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Submitted By: Charlie Laver on
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80 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my new fish tank, what do you think for a beginner?

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 120 x 50 x 50. T5 Lighting, 2 Heaters, 2 XP3 Rena External Filters,
Advice: You can't kill African Cichlids!
Fish Kept: Lake Malawi, African Cichlids
Corals/Plants: None as they will get eaten, but lots of Ocean Rock.
Tank Size: 80 gallons
Quote: Smoke and a Pancake!
About Yourself: First crack at a fish tank, have been keeping fish for 3 weeks now, all going well so far.

COMMENTS

whats the name of the rocks you are using? And yes very good for a beginner. fish avatar
that other guy lied to you...but they ar tough fish..very good job for your first tank fish avatar
Advice: you cant kill any cicklid.there to strong..LOL fish avatar

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