Photo #1 - 100 Gallon African Cichlid Fish Tank

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Photo Caption: 100 gallon African Cichlid Fish Tank
100 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 100 gallon African Cichlid Fish Tank

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 100 gallon-Sea Clear Acrylic Tank- mostly regular rocks from outside a couple reef rocks a self built slate scape tan sand. Permanent Black background, and some plastic plants.
Advice: Do your water changes and don't forget to feed your fish.
Fish Kept: African Cichlids-Mbuna, and Peacock, 2 albino greshakies, auratus, bengal peacock, johanni, marmalade ob, venustus, sulfer head, blue dolphin, and?South American Cichlids-jack dempsey and severum o and 1 black plecostemus.
Corals/Plants: All Plastic
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Quote: Go big or Go home
About Yourself: Was always into fish thought they were pretty cool to look at. Aquarius. Started with 18 gallon with Paddle Tail Newts and sharks. Then 60 gallon with Oscars and Soft Shell Turtles. Then Came up on a hundred gallon for 50 bucks full setup and threw in some Sicklids.

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