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65 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My 65 Gal Tank

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Country: Canada
Description: Jebo 65 gal Tank African cichlids from lakes Malawi, Tanganyika, and Victoria. Mostly lake Malawi. 2 30w Tri- power light T8 2 150w heaters, 9W UV water steralizer zoo/med powersweep 228 powerhead Fluval 403 filtration
Advice: Feed your fish on time. Do the water changes when you are supposed. Clean the filter. The routine maintenance of aquariums is a must, and delays can cause your fish to suffer, or under extreme circumstances even to die. Avoid the costs of medications, additives, and replacing dead fish or plants, by keeping their habitat at optimal conditions. If you find the routine maintenance of the tank too difficult or time consuming, then you should perhaps reconsider whether having fish is worth it to you.
Fish Kept: African cichlids from lakes Malawi, Tanganyika, and Victoria. Mostly lake Malawi.
Corals/Plants: Artificial Plants, Texas holy rocks
Tank Size: 65 gallons
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