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Photo Caption: Overview, the tank has just recently been started on september 25th. It now contains 18 juvenile fish. The aquarium stands on 2 cubes these are linked by a shelf. These parts are all black. The shelf on which the tank is resting is brown and curved at the front side.
132 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Overview, the tank has just recently been started on september 25th. It now contains 18 juvenile fish. The aquarium stands on 2 cubes these are linked by a shelf. These parts are all black. The shelf on which the tank is resting is brown and curved at the front side.

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Country: Netherlands
Description: 160 x 60 x 60 cm Background is made of styrofoam and finished of with "waterproof" tile cement. Stones are hollow and made of "waterproof" cement. The stones contain PVC piping to create additional caves for mbuna fishes. Black coloring was added to get rid of the cement like color of the tile glue.
Advice: Make sure that no technical devices are visble, replace at least 10% of the water each week. Don't get in the water more than once a week.
Fish Kept: Aulonocara Stuartgranti Rubin Red Psuedotropheus Mpanga Labidochromis Caeruleus Yellow Labidochromis Perlmutt
Corals/Plants: Vallisneria
Tank Size: 132 gallons
Quote: If it stinks, it ain't fish...

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Nice DIY background and stones! fish avatar

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