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    How can you not tell the difference between a 20 gallons vs a 100 gallons tank. That alone is baffling.

    You posted back on 8/6/2018 different dimensions.

    http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...t=#post1495098

    "Hi, I just want to use tap water with some general anti chlorine.

    I'm ready to go extra mile with water conditioners.

    My tank is 30" long 11" wide and 17" long. "
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    Well brother I've never had anything to do with water capacity things and Liter is standard unit here. To understand the difference by looking at these things, I need to be familiar with it. All I could say is that the dimensions are right.

    I'm in HR department so never had to deal with water capacity and it's an old hobby that I can work upon now.
    Quote Originally Posted by Spardas View Post
    How can you not tell the difference between a 20 gallons vs a 100 gallons tank. That alone is baffling.

    You posted back on 8/6/2018 different dimensions.

    http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...t=#post1495098

    "Hi, I just want to use tap water with some general anti chlorine.

    I'm ready to go extra mile with water conditioners.

    My tank is 30" long 11" wide and 17" long. "
    Look at the left bottom side of tank. That's a 12" scale.

    Cichilids in small tank are in chill mode. No attack or show off at all. They all came together from same tank and of same size.

    I might miss interpret situation based on look. That is why this post in in beginner section.

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    The tank in the 1st and 2nd pic is not a 100 gallons tank, if metrics is easier for you, then just list out the dimensions in cm and we can use liters to talk.

    As mentioned previously, if you have no plans to upgrade to a much larger tank; then please do yourself and the fish a favor and rehome the black ghost knife to someone who can properly care for it. Your tank has plenty of open spaces, so it most likely won't be out and about.

    Those African cichlids also need more room as well as they grow out.
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    Perhaps the OP meant 100 liter tank, instead of gallons, which would actually be about 26 US gallons

    At any rate, the fish you have are either too big or too aggressive for the tanks they are in, as advised above
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slaphppy7 View Post
    Perhaps the OP meant 100 liter tank, instead of gallons, which would actually be about 26 US gallons

    At any rate, the fish you have are either too big or too aggressive for the tanks they are in, as advised above
    Agreed and agreed

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