Photo #1 - 380ltr Mbuna - Where Do I Start

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 400 ltr malawi set up with silver sand, ocean rock and a custom made background. I have 3 external filters, which are 2 x xp3s and an xp4, aqua clear inline ionizer and vecton 25w uv sterilizer.
Advice: learn about biological filteration
Fish Kept: where do i start
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Quote: anything from the film SNATCH

COMMENTS

Nice tank bro...what type of rocks did you use? Thanks fish avatar
very cool. i like the natural look that the algae gives it. fish avatar
I just got a new tank today... it is going to have african cichilids in it and I was wondering if you had any advice that you could give me? Like what rocks and gravel to get. fish avatar
um well clean your rocks... they are discuting looking and i would prefer if you didnt insult my tank fish avatar
Your African tank is superb, so perfectly natural. I had a custom 500 gallon years ago, but I'm very disabled now and just couldn't handle it, but I do love yours, congratulations from me! fish avatar
to be perfectly honest this should definetly not be #1, its very nice but not that nice fish avatar
That is a beautiful tank. Great job! fish avatar

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