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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: A vintage tank w/crome edges on all corners and top and bottom trim. 5ft long and 18.5 in wide. It has 2-30 gal lids on it fits ok but still looking for a matching lid. A 350 magnum pro canister, by marineland. A 200 watt hydor submersable heater.
Advice: Well first off, this is my first Cichlid tank, so im allways up for advice too. As far as my advice to new hobbyists just take it slow and research as much as you can.
Fish Kept: one zebra convict cichlid, two pink convict cichlid, two firemouth cichlids, one albino oscar, two jack dempsys one - pleco
Corals/Plants: two ceramic logs and a large rock Plastic plants
Tank Size: 100 gallons
About Yourself: Ive been in the fish hobby since I was very young probly 9 or so. My aunt owned a pet store so I hade easy axess and a very patient mother

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