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Country: Canada
Description: Fluvel 304 filtration, basic lighting with pink bulb, very little aquarium gravel with terranium wood/rocks from the pet store and fake dollar store plants.
Advice: Salt and Water Changes (even with a good filter system)! Add salt every water change and when adding new fish... I do not even use store bought chemicals for water conditioning and my fish are very healthy and recover fast from nips on their fins.
Fish Kept: African cichlids (an all-male tank of mbuna & peacocks)
Corals/Plants: All fake, plastic and silk.
Tank Size: 120 gallons
Quote: keep it simple
About Yourself: business owner who likes to relax and watch my fish instead of tv,lol

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