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Photo Caption: African cichlid tank with over 80 pounds of red shale. The fish should love this setup, as they each have multiple caves to set their territories upon. What do you think? That bad? I guess no one cares for rock and fish only tanks.
30 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - African cichlid tank with over 80 pounds of red shale. The fish should love this setup, as they each have multiple caves to set their territories upon. What do you think? That bad? I guess no one cares for rock and fish only tanks.

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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: 30 gallon long (36"x12"x17") Aquaclear 70, over 80 pounds of red shale rock, and over 50 pounds of gravel to support the rock.
Advice: You can never learn enough.
Fish Kept: African cichlids: 2 Socolofis, 1 red zebra, 2 electric yellows, and 1 unknown. Also have a spotted pictus and a common pleco.
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 30 gallons

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i think it looks nice, i like reddish rocks fish avatar

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