Photo #2 - 4ft Freshwater Water Aquarium With Approx 18 Mixe...

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Photo Caption: 4ft freshwater water aquarium with approx 18 mixed african cichlids and 1 clown loach and 1 cuckoo catfish.
45 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 3 foot community tank with angels, gouramis, red eye tetras, red blue columbian tetras & bristlenose catfish
45 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 4ft freshwater water aquarium with approx 18 mixed african cichlids and 1 clown loach and 1 cuckoo catfish.

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Country: Australia
Description: 3 foot community tank with angels, gouramis, red eye tetras, blue red columbian tetras & bristlenose catfish. Large piece of driftwood, java fern on the ground and some floating plants on top. Fluval 3 plus internal filter for filtration.
Advice: Whatever
Fish Kept: Electric Yellow Cichlid, Electric Blue Hap, Hongi, Peacock Cichlid, Moorei Cichlid, Clown Loach, Angel Fish, Gouramis, Tetras, Bristlenose Catfish
Corals/Plants: Java fern
Tank Size: 45 gallons

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