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39 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My Freshwater(Slightly Salty), Lake Malawi Fish Tank.

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Country: Australia
Description: Freshwater Tank, made for Lake Malawi Chiclids. 4 ft tank, Canister Filter and Biological filter for extra filtering and as a powerhead, Aqua Pro light with reflector thing, I use Lake Malawi buffer after water changes. Crushed Coral as a substrate.
Advice: Start with simple fish, Non-Agressive ones.
Fish Kept: Electric Yellow (Labs) [x 2], Electric Blue [x 2], Hongi? i think thats how you spell it [x 1], Cobalt Blue [x 2], 3 bristle-nose catfish [x 2 grown up ones, 1 baby that they had]
Corals/Plants: 2 Fake plants, Fake coral
Tank Size: 39 gallons
Quote: Cool Clarky!
About Yourself: I randomly wanted to have a pet and I really like fish. My Aunty and Uncle have snorkeled in Lake Malawi, I have seen all of their pictures and wanted to have Lake Malawi Chiclids!

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