Photo #4 - My Cichlid Tank About Two Weeks Into It. It Conta...

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Photo Caption: My Cichlid tank about two weeks into it. It contains two Electric Yellow Labidochromis Cichlids, two Blue Kenyi African Cichlids, two Zebra African Cichlids, one Plecostomus, & one Gold Mystery Snail. I can't wait to add more!
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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My Cichlid tank about two weeks into it. It contains two Electric Yellow Labidochromis Cichlids, two Blue Kenyi African Cichlids, two Zebra African Cichlids, one Plecostomus, & one Gold Mystery Snail. I can't wait to add more!

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State: Arkansas
Country: United States
Description: My tank is all new...I'm still learning.
Advice: Patience...
Fish Kept: African Cichlids, one Plecostomus, & a Gold Mistery Snail.
Corals/Plants: Artificial
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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