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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 8 Cichlids, 2 Clown Loaches, 1 sengal bichir, 6 apple snails, 2 chinese algae eaters, 3 silver dollars, 1 Otocinclus . Sand bottom, with slate, river rock, tree, and fake plant decorations
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Photo Caption: 8 Cichlids, 2 Clown Loaches, 1 sengal bichir, 6 apple snails, 2 chinese algae eaters, 3 silver dollars, 1 Otocinclus . Sand bottom, with slate, river rock, tree, and fake plant decorations
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 8 Cichlids, 2 Clown Loaches, 1 sengal bichir, 6 apple snails, 2 chinese algae eaters, 3 silver dollars, 1 Otocinclus . Sand bottom, with slate, river rock, tree, and fake plant decorations

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: River rock, slate and sand, with faux plants. Rena Filstar XP1 Penguin BIowheel 200 1 bubble stone
Advice: n/a
Fish Kept: 2 clown loach 4 platies 3 silver dollars 2 corys 1 Oto 1 apple snail 1 Sengal Bichir 6 African Cichlids
Corals/Plants: faux plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: I love fish!

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