Photo #1 - Malawi Setup - Malawi Cichlids - Anubias

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Submitted By: Michael on
Photo Caption: Malawi setup
170 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Malawi setup

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Tank dimension is 6x2x2 Filtration Eheim 2080. Heater Jager Sand Cichlid caribsea 3D Background and module is from MAGIC AQUARIUM
Advice: Any information is available on google serach
Fish Kept: Malawi cichlids
Corals/Plants: Anubias
Tank Size: 170 gallons
About Yourself: I'am proffesional 3d background designer and builder. I keep african cichlid for 25 years and still have more to learning to keep fish in best possible condition.

COMMENTS

Thanks for the comment, love the rock work on your tank. It's also nice to see a cichlid tank that doesn't have a billion fish in it. fish avatar
Thanks for the comment, love the rock work on your tank. It's also nice to see a cichlid tank that doesn't have a billion fish in it. fish avatar
Love the rock background. My husband and I are wanting to either start a reef tank or discus tank. I think I might have to use your background as inspiration for ours. fish avatar

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