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50 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my juwel rio180 malawi cichlid tank setup

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: this is my juwel rio 180 cichlid fish tank. i have put a 3d background in it. it has a internal filter.i have a air pump which has 2 outlets in the tank. also i have put pots in the tank so that the fishes can go through
Advice: if u want to keep fishes then u will have to take good care of them meaning u will have to do water chnages, feed them,test the water. also you need to make it look natural and u need to make the water quality look natural thats when your fishes will like your tank
Fish Kept: kingseizi, blue zaire frontosa, red empress, sp44,demosoni's
Corals/Plants: i have a plant ornament which also has rocks on the bottom this makes the tank look natural
Tank Size: 50 gallons

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This 3D Background looks very nice. Is it your job where did you get t from ? fish avatar

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