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Photo Caption: 33 gallon long. setup as a room divider. Is veiwable from 360 deg. Home to , 2 Blue Peacock Cichlid 1 Leopard Picus, 2 Yellow labs and two orange labs, 1 feeder as of photo lol 3 different Reef Inserts, and misc sea decor, Dual Corallife t5 48" lights 24" inch Blacklight Fuval 405 filter with sub Heater, dual glass covers, white marine sand. Bottom frame border
fish tank picture - my African Cichlad tank all redone with Reef Inserts. They glow in the dark under my BLACKLIGHT at night see my extra photos for pics
freshwater fish - astronotus ocellatus - tiger oscar stocking in 33 gallons tank - 33 gallon long. setup as a room divider. Is veiwable from 360 deg. Home to , 2 Blue Peacock Cichlid 1 Leopard Picus, 2 Yellow labs and two orange labs, 1 feeder as of photo lol 3 different Reef Inserts, and misc sea decor, Dual Corallife t5 48" lights 24" inch Blacklight Fuval 405 filter with sub Heater, dual glass covers, white marine sand. Bottom frame border

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State: Rhode Island
Country: United States
Description: 33 Gallon freshwater tank. It is home to a Blue peacock cichlid, and a Tiger Oscar,and Leopard Picus Fish
Advice: Get what you need and want, and dont settle. a important thing to remember is have fun and be creative. Dont nickel and dime to get a little of everything take your time and max out each area of your tank from fish too type of filter pads You use. it will pay off
Fish Kept: Tiger oscar Leopard Picus,African Blue Peacock Cichlid
Corals/Plants: Fake coral Ranging between 2 to 16 inches
Tank Size: 33 gallons
Quote: Find somthing u love to do, and u will never work a day in your life!
About Yourself: i just started into fish, but have done turtles for awile. love to design unqiue looks to catch someones eye.

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