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Photo Caption: AFRICAN CICHLIDS 55 GALLON TANK
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - AFRICAN CICHLIDS 55 GALLON TANK

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: FILTRATION=eheim 2234 external filter. GRAVEL=sand. ROCKS=ocean rock and slate
Advice: take your time and check what type of water you have in your area lucky for me i live in a hardwater area!
Fish Kept: CICHLIDS=melanachromis johanna, blue zebra, red top zebra, firecracker trophius, malawi catfish colbolt blue, patch (unsure) and mixed.
Corals/Plants: fake coral
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: life is what you make it
About Yourself: i started with tropical fish guppies, swordtails, fighter fish, gourami, crabs frogs, then had angel fish and kribensis noticed they were alot cleverer than the usual and got sick of things like inbred diseases and fish dying off for no particular reason the african cichlids are so much more enjoyable and creates more of a hobby as they are more difficult to keep if you enjoy keeping fish africa cichlids are the fish to keep

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