Photo #1 - Malawi Tank 1 Hour Old With No Fish Yet :(

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Submitted By: Eddie Lawson on
Photo Caption: Malawi tank 1 hour old with no fish yet :(
50 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Malawi tank 1 hour old with no fish yet :(

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Lake Malawi tank. Marineland 330. Two 48" Aqua-Glo's and one 48" Sun-Glo light.
Advice: I am just setting up this tank after an almost 7 year hiatus. I owned my own company for 3 years setting up and maintaining fish tanks.. The tank you see above was just set up an hour ago. Thats why it's cloudy. My only advice is stay on top of your water changes and take time each day to sit admire and observe. Not only is it enjoyable but it helps you become in tune with your tank and you will be on top of any problem that occurs.
Fish Kept: Lake Malawi A.S.A.P.
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: Music moves the world and we all move to our own beat !
About Yourself: I manage a Victorian antique store and am planning to go back into business for myself doing what I love and that is setting up and maintaining fish tanks. My love of keeping fish was instilled in me by my Mom who used to keep 3 tanks of different fish when I was just 3 years old. She stopped but as you can see I never have and never will.

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