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29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My 29 gallon African Cichlid Tank in the Making

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State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Description: This is my African Cichlid(Lake Malawi) Tank, it is 29gallon and the dimmensions are: 30x12x17 It uses a Cascade 200 power filter. In my tank there is about 40lbs of mixed gravel. One Lava Rock and one unknown rock. some fake plants
Advice: Be patient and Research Everything
Fish Kept: x1 yellow lab(Labidochromis caeruleus) x1 Red OB Zebra(Pseudotropheus estherae)
Corals/Plants: Fake plants
Tank Size: 29 gallons
About Yourself: My Sister gave me a 55gal when I was in my twenties with a Oscar and Jack Dempsey that were fairly old. Once they passed I ended up selling the tank. This is my first tank in 7 years and I had no idea how temperment fish were until i started reading up on the subject. Now I am hooked after just a week and a Half

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