Photo #2 - Here's My 50 Gallon Tank Which Has African C...

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Photo Caption: Here's my 50 gallon tank which has African Cichlids mostly peacocks, one bumblebee and jade cichlids. Had the tank second hand which I will be changing to sand and lime stone soon.. Sorry for the poor photos which where taken on my iPad..
fish tank picture - Another clearer photo of my 55 gallon Cichlids tank
50 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Here's my 50 gallon tank which has African Cichlids mostly peacocks, one bumblebee and jade cichlids. Had the tank second hand which I will be changing to sand and lime stone soon.. Sorry for the poor photos which where taken on my iPad..

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 50 Gallon Aqua One Tank with African Cichlids around 30 to 40 crowded to keep aggression down.
Advice: Keep it simple and keep it clean
Fish Kept: African Cichlid
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 50 gallons
About Yourself: Full time IT officer with the love of deep aquariums.

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very nice looking greshakei... fish avatar

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