Photo #1 - My 90 Gallon African Cichlid Tank

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Photo Caption: My 90 gallon African cichlid tank
90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My 90 gallon African cichlid tank

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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: 4ft long 90 gallon tank, basic lighting. tetra tech pf 500 rated for 100 gallon tank filter and a penguin bio wheel filter rated for 75 gallon tank. submersible heater rated for 100 gallon tank.
Advice: Bigger the tank easier to manage and make sure you know what you want before you start believe me switching back and forth its a pain.
Fish Kept: An array of Africans, 3x yellow lab, 3x bichardi, 2x auratus 1x kenyi, 2x electic blue, 1x frontosa, and 4x not sure what they are.
Corals/Plants: no plants, large piece of drift wood and a crucshed coral bottom, about 60 pounds. some lace rock, some texas holy rock, and a few dead corals, adding more soon!
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: Go big or go home.
About Yourself: been into tanks since i was a kid my father had a piranha and oscar tank when i was 5 it was 110 gallons, been into it ever since, this is my first african tank, by far my favorite so far, ive had oscars pacu barbs dempseys, big fish are a pain unless you have a huge tank.

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