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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: Aqueon 36g Bow Front Starter Kit with Black Tahitian Moon Sand as Substrate. Will probably be upgrading to a 75 gal within the next few months and making the 36 gal a community or saltwater tank.
Advice: Get a Marina AquaVac Gravel Cleaner! Got a 50' long one off of ebay for $32.99 shipped. It makes cleaning your tank a breeze.
Fish Kept: Green Terror, Flame Back, Rusty, Peacock, Yellow Lab and a Red Finned Albino Cichlids and a Rubbernose and one Brush Mouth Plecos and a recently added Red Clawed Crab
Corals/Plants: Petco Bamboo
Tank Size: 36 gallons
About Yourself: I use to do it when i was a kid then one day i seen how bright and vibrant Cichlids are and that there freshwater fish so I decided to get back into it. I'm layed off from a Car Dealership Thanks to Obama. I use to do Detailing during the day and a salesmen at night then towards the end I was a Painters Assistant

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