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Photo Caption: african cichlid in 55g tank with tetra holding his own. 3 yoyo, pleco 3 oto's. 2 demasoni 3 elongatus chewier red zebra (dady).
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - african cichlid in 55g tank with tetra holding his own. 3 yoyo, pleco 3 oto's. 2 demasoni 3 elongatus chewier red zebra (dady).

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 91x38x38cm fluval ex fil tropical lamp heater? temp 76 ph 8 stones from beaches around uk same with sand and gravel,plants all real
Advice: take heed of experience, dont start to small . think of the fish when adding stones relics etc not the observer.
Fish Kept: M red zebra's,Cynotilapia mbamba, rainbow tetra, 3 pakistani loach, 1pleco, m x1 x2 f elongatus chewier, 3 oto's and 2 demasoni.
Corals/Plants: plants not sure what they are called
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: "4737 carling sir"
About Yourself: always wanted a tank when i was young but never got one, after a friend gave me his tank after moving away i stocked the tank with to many fish. not a bad idea because i had to get a bigger new tank but quick, iam now starting a third tank 55g here it is.

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