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State: California
Country: United States
Description: I have a 32x20x12 35 gallon fish tank. I have two potted plants that are growing healthily. I also have some rock to provide caves and cover for my cichlids. I'm using a whisper 4.0 along with a weak air pump.
Advice: Start small to get your feet wet. Aim big because it's possible, not just financially but being able to keep your fish alive.
Fish Kept: 3 African Cichlids. 1 Johanni Cichlid. 4 Ghost Glass Catfish. 2 Pictus Catfish 1 Banjo Catfish. 2 Gold Inca Snails 1 Black Mystery Snail. 1 Black Cave Tetra. 3-4 Uneaten feeder fish.
Corals/Plants: I have two: one has leaves like a coniferous tree. the other has leaves like miniature pond lily pads, without the whole float on top of the water property.
Tank Size: 35 gallons
Quote: Bodies are for hookers and fat people.

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