Photo #6 - The Skull - 1 Electric Blue Johonni, 1 Peacock, 2...

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60 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 60 gallon fresh water tank. green and black rocks with shinny black oval marbles. Three african faces represent the type of fish i have in my tank various types of AFRICAN CICHLIDS. 1skull on the left representing the several fish that were killed by the others in the proccess of me finding out witch were aggressive enough 2 be in this survivalist tank. YEPP I like beautiful but the most aggressive cichlids of all. my favorite of all so far is my electric blue johonni, and my super red jewell cichlids. I also love red devils, but i can't afford 2 keep replacin the fish that they massecer at the rapid rate they do it in.NOTE 2 ALL CICHLID LOVERS, IF U WANT RED DEVILS IN UR TANK B PREPARED 2 EVENTUALLY CONSIDER ALL OTHER BREEDS A PART OF THERE DIET!!!
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60 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 60 gallon fresh water tank. green and black rocks with shinny black oval marbles. Three african faces represent the type of fish i have in my tank various types of AFRICAN CICHLIDS. 1skull on the left representing the several fish that were killed by the others in the proccess of me finding out witch were aggressive enough 2 be in this survivalist tank. YEPP I like beautiful but the most aggressive cichlids of all. my favorite of all so far is my electric blue johonni, and my super red jewell cichlids. I also love red devils, but i can't afford 2 keep replacin the fish that they massecer at the rapid rate they do it in.NOTE 2 ALL CICHLID LOVERS, IF U WANT RED DEVILS IN UR TANK B PREPARED 2 EVENTUALLY CONSIDER ALL OTHER BREEDS A PART OF THERE DIET!!!
fish tank picture - feeding time
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freshwater fish - melanochromis johannii - johanni cichlid stocking in 60 gallons tank - electric blue johonni, bumble bee, and i cant remember the nam of black.e of the black one. it looks just like the electric blue but its black, ant sometimes its all yellow with no traces
fish tank picture - left view of my tank in the dark.
fish tank picture - The skull
fish tank picture - a close up of a few cichlids
fish tank picture - african faces
60 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My pride and joy
freshwater fish - aulonocara rubescens - ruby red peacock stocking in 60 gallons tank - this is my black shark chasing my peacock cichlid. the black shark is the only fish that I have found that is aggressive enough to live with my cichlids.it actualy runs my tank

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 60 gallon AFRICAN CICHLID tank with 1 black shark. green and black rocks,with one flourescent light with a mirror. green and black non-living plants
Advice: NOOO RED DEVILS WITH ANY OTHER TYPES OF FISH
Fish Kept: 1 electric blue johonni, 1 peacock, 2 bumble bees, 1 south american black convict, 1 jack dimpsey, 1 powder blue jack dimpsey, 1 red belly pacu, 1 black shark, and a few other assorted african cichlids that I can't remember the name of,that i bought because of either there beauty or there aggression.
Corals/Plants: none.
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Quote: "NOTHING MORE SOOTHING OR CALMING THAN WATCHING A TANK THAT U PUT 2GETHER"

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