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Photo Caption: This is my 120 Gallon African Cichlid tank. It has been in place about 5 years. It was once of the first tanks we had... now it is one of six that we have... can you say addicted? By the way, the rating hint made in the rocks at left center was completely unintentional...
120 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my 120 Gallon African Cichlid tank. It has been in place about 5 years. It was once of the first tanks we had... now it is one of six that we have... can you say addicted? By the way, the rating hint made in the rocks at left center was completely unintentional...

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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: 120G African Cichlid Tank, Filtration: Four Magnum HOT 250 Pro, Lighting: Four 110W VHO 50/50 URI, Heater: Ebo Jager 300 Watt, Substrate: Crushed Coral, 300 Pounds, Rock: Lace Rock 350, Pounds
Advice: Don't overthink your aquarium. Quite often, easy works better.
Fish Kept: Assorted Malawi Cichlids, Rhino Plec
Corals/Plants: Java Fern
Tank Size: 120 gallons

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