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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - African cichlid tank with at the moment 5 young Msobo, 12 young Demasoni,5 yellow labs, 5 bristle nose 2 of them albino and a pleco
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Photo Caption: African cichlid tank with at the moment 5 young Msobo, 12 young Demasoni,5 yellow labs, 5 bristle nose 2 of them albino and a pleco
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - African cichlid tank with at the moment 5 young Msobo, 12 young Demasoni,5 yellow labs, 5 bristle nose 2 of them albino and a pleco

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Country: Australia
Description: African cichlid tank with some cat fish
Advice: research as much as you can to try minimize the money wasting
Fish Kept: At the moment got 5 young Msobo, 12 young Demasoni, 5 bristle nose 2 of them albino and a pleco
Corals/Plants: java fern and anubias
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: will have to think of 1
About Yourself: broke as a bum cos this hobby robs you blind but its worth it

COMMENTS

great look, must be heavy with all that rock. i doubt my stand could take it. fish avatar

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