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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 114 uk gallon tropical fish tank my tank is 60 x 24 x 18 i have used sand at the bottom of my tank i think it makes the tank stand out more than others i have used marine lights in my tank also it bring the colours out of the fish alot more and makes some of them almost marine like, ive used real live rock to make caves and give it a more natural look and gives the cichlids a better home
Advice: if using sand remember to giv it a quick skim over 1 evry 10 - 14 days it keeps it clean and stops it goin black under the surface
Fish Kept: a mix of cichlids, please check out my othe photos of some of my cichlids
Corals/Plants: long grass sword plants and a few types of ferns
Tank Size: 114 gallons

COMMENTS

I like the set up ... you maybe should think about putting another bubble wall on the opposite side to balance it out.... not really needed just a suggestion fish avatar
nice set up. good job! fish avatar
for peolpe that are rating my tank low can you please leave a comment on how i can improve it, thanks fish avatar
Love the tank. The natural reef look is always a winner! fish avatar

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