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Photo Caption: 35 Gallon Hexagonal. 4 Blue African Cichlids, approx 2 inches each. 3 Yellow African Cichlids, approx 2 inches each. 1 Zebra Cichlid, 2 Inches. 1 Pleco, 11 inches.
50 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 35 Gallon Hexagonal. 4 Blue African Cichlids, approx 2 inches each. 3 Yellow African Cichlids, approx 2 inches each. 1 Zebra Cichlid, 2 Inches. 1 Pleco, 11 inches.
50 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 50 Gallon corner tank. 1 Leporinus, 2 Parrots, 1 Pleco, 3 Long Finned Tetras, 1 Danio, 1 freshwater Puffer. No live plants. Occasionally 1 shorthaired orange housecat.

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: I've only been at this for a few years now, still thinking about delving into saltwater tanks.
Advice: Sometimes doing nothing is better than anything.
Fish Kept: 1 Leporinus, 2 Parrots, 9 African Cichlids, 1 freshwater Puffer, 3 Angels, 3 Long Finned Tetras, 2 Plecos, 2 Chinese Algae Eaters, 2 Bumblebee Loaches, 2 Peacock Eels, 1 Danio
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: Whatever sound my cat made when he jumped up on top of a fishtank, and didn't realize I had the top off until it was too late.

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