Photo #2 - This Is The Same Tank But I Took Out Some Rocks A...

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: I think the dimensions on my fish tank are 48x19x13. I have 2 AquaClear 110 filters and a heater. I dont know if i should get anything else. Im up for any suggestions.
Advice: Im new at this myself but all you need is patience and clean your tank a few times a month so you can have healthy fish.
Fish Kept: I know some people are going to say you should'nt mix fish that dont belong together. What i did was i mixed fish that i liked but were small enough that they did'nt fight with each other. I know this wont work all the time but it did for me.
Corals/Plants: I just have fake plants and i bought some feather rocks broke them up in pieces and made some caves.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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like your tank!!! fish avatar
is this a cichilid fish tank, i really wanna get a couple cichilds but i need to buy a bigger tank. How did you make your fish tank so cool and where did you get those rocks... like at a fish store or did you find them, i really like how you made the tank! fish avatar
do u cichlids eat the algae on them rocks? fish avatar

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