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Photo Caption: 36 gallon bowfront tank, my first tank, still learning and have already purchased a 10 gallon for the first fish i bought to go in this one which were glowlights (for my wife) neons and guppys. in this one i have 4 swordtails 6 platys 1 clown loach 6 silver dollars 1 angelfish 2 jellybean parrots 5 hatchetfish 4 pearl danio 2 bolivian ram 1 dojo loach 1 gibecep pleco 1 peacock eel 1 zig zag eel.
56 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My new cichlid tank
56 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 36 gallon bowfront tank, my first tank, still learning and have already purchased a 10 gallon for the first fish i bought to go in this one which were glowlights (for my wife) neons and guppys. in this one i have 4 swordtails 6 platys 1 clown loach 6 silver dollars 1 angelfish 2 jellybean parrots 5 hatchetfish 4 pearl danio 2 bolivian ram 1 dojo loach 1 gibecep pleco 1 peacock eel 1 zig zag eel.

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 56 gallon cichlid tank
Advice: be patient and use undergravel filter system
Fish Kept: 1 yellow lab 1 rusty cichlid 2 livingstoni 2 red zebra 1 electric blue johanni 1 gibbiceps pleco
Corals/Plants: all fake
Tank Size: 56 gallons

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