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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 48"long, 12 1/2" wide, 20 1/2" deep. 20" long, 10 1/4" wide, 12 1/2" deep. Large tank has two filters systems equaling 100 gallons. Small tank has filter system for a 30 gal tank. Both tanks have aerated reefs and assorted stones for color. I have aerated pirate ship and windmill in Large tank. Large tank has adjustable heater and small tank has pre-set heater. There is a large flat stone held up by fake red coral and a large snail shell. I hope to be adding an aerated LED Volcano to the large tank soon. There are three 2" Petoskey stones in the large tank as well as a clam shell half.
Advice: Ask any and all questions you have, even if they seem trivial. Ask your store people as well as the internet.
Fish Kept: Kenyi Cichlid, Blood Parrot Cichlid, Sailfin Pleco, Port Acara Cichlid, Red Breast Smiling Cichlid, Red peacock Cichlid
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: Try, try again
About Yourself: 63 year old male. Second time with fish tank setups. First time breeding Kenyi Cichlids. I love fishing and this gives me a chance to watch the fish and there antics.

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