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State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon tank, 48' x 12 1/2 x 21" tall. hot magnum filter, two power heads, not really sure what lighting it has but its pretty bright with a black light, aqua-tech 30-60 filter.
Advice: Fish tanks are fun but can be a pain sometimes if you don't have the time then give the fish away there is no need for them to die cause you don't have time for them!
Fish Kept: anenome, tomato clown, spotted puffer, blue damsel, blue yellow tailed damsel, lawnmower blenny, porcupine puffer, copper band butterfly.
Corals/Plants: It has many pieces of coral i have no idea what kind! It has crushed rock for the bottom, i has some fake coral in it too. some sea weed.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: "Dynamite comes in small packages"
About Yourself: Married for a almost a year now have a 4 month old baby. I use to have 5 fish tanks when i was little and when we moved to Tennessee from Pennsylvania we couldn't take them so now i'm getting my husband and daughter involved and going all out! We have a fresh water tank too.

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