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190 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Previous fish tank

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Country: Canada
Description: African cichlid tank
Advice: don't add unknown chemicals and take your shop around and buy your fish one at a time.
Fish Kept: 2 Pacus, 3 Calvus, 25 peacoks, 3 arowans, 3 giant gouramis, 3 ornate bichris, 3 green terrors, 4 electric blue, 6 parrot fish, 4 red devils, 400 convicts, 3 bettas, 1 headstander, columbia shark, 1 ruby shark, 10 clown loaches, 2 tiger barbs, 12 angel fish, 15 plecos, 2 swimming catfish,15 black mollies, 50 kois, 18 frontosas, goldfish, jaguar cichlid, red terror fish, tinfoil barb, 7 neons, 2 hap ahlis, swordtails, phantom tetra, 15 firemouth, red ear turtle, 2 bala shark, 3 tiger oscars, 1 shovelnose catfish, 8 pond fish, comet goldfish, 3 texas cichlids, red fin shrak
Corals/Plants: plants cant cant handle fish
Tank Size: 190 gallons
Quote: fish are cool!!
About Yourself: fish are fun!

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