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freshwater fish - nandopsis octofasciatum - jack dempsey stocking in 35 gallons tank - Jack dempsy. Apprx 6yrs old. My baby!

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: I just recently bought a new filter, so thats why you see the tubing.... it will be getting fixed and setup alot cleaner, but for now. White sand, drift wood decor. Hexagon tank
Advice: do frequent water changes to keep water clean , and make sure you have the correct size filter for your tank!
Fish Kept: Jack dempsys, oscar albino, pleko, peacock cichlids, alot of cichlids..haha
Corals/Plants: None, will be putting the plants im growing seperatly into the tank in about 2 weeks
Tank Size: 35 gallons
Quote: gone fishing
About Yourself: 22 yrs old and ive been owning fish tanks my whole life. I love the beauty and the reactions i get when i have a great set-up. I enjoy only the natural looking environments of fish tanks.

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