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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: 2 60gal emiper hang on back filters. Rocks from the creek that runs throgh the yard. The tank is a all glass aquriam. 2 stelth heaters. Under gravel filter with a 20 gal power head
Advice: Buy your fake plants from a silk plant store they look a lot better and are a lot cheaper the buying them from a pet shop.
Fish Kept: African cichlids from diffrent lakes. A pair of 6 bar frontasa. Yellow lab cichlid and Red zebra that are breedin together. 1 matalic cichlid. 1 Blue peacock chiclid. 1 pixie chiclid. And some cross breed babies from yellow lab and red zebra. The only other I fish I will put in this tank are a pair of black calvis cichlids and royal algie eatter. I don't beleve in over crowding a tank
Corals/Plants: Fake plants
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: My dad has had fish tanks my whole life. And I began with my first own tank at 6years old. The easter bunny got it for me lol. I think my dad just wanted another tank. So he got it for me witch is funny because I do it with my kids now if I want a new critter or fish tank I just buy it for the kids. The wife can't say to much about my spending if its for the kids lol.

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