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Found 2 results

  1. Taken few days later. One of the female gave birth and the Fry were moved to a breeding box temporarily: Due to youtube issue with annotations, recommended to watch on non mobile device.
  2. so the continuation of the empty wall. I have watched with envy the many threads on the site around large tanks and thought it time to give it a go and as it happens I have a wall that would support an average size tank. I have been a fan of American cichlids for a while and thought I should ease into it with a less angry fish. So the new tank will be set up to support mainly Geophagus. the empty wall from part 1 the new tank - 2400 x 750 x 750 Ready for fish I finish it yesterday and am still fiddling with the lighting but at this stage am happy with the result. Next step is fish shopping. thanks for looking.
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