Photo #2 - Clownfish: Took My A Long Time To Get This.

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State: Missouri
Country: United States
Description: Mro2you2 has been absent from this because he has died from poison from a zoanthid. He tried to frag it on a table which later he ate off of. Best wishes to you all. Karl ( a friend reefer ) P.S If your wandering why I have his password its because we shared accounts time to time and helped me set on up.
Advice: Mro2you2 has been absent from this because he has died from poison from a zoanthid. He tried to frag it on a table which later he ate off of. Best wishes to you all. Karl ( a friend reefer ) P.S If your wandering why I have his password its because we shared accounts time to time and helped me set on up.
Corals/Plants: stuff,stuff, and more stuff
Quote: 1:shut up and listen!!!!! 2:nip it in the bud! (I watch Andy Griffef) 3:I ran out of stuff =(
About Yourself: When we lived in Indiana We had a 55 gallon chilid tank. Then moved without the tank ( It help sell the house really) to Missouri. For my birthday I got a 20 gallon freshwater. After a year It hit me that....FRESHWATER FISH HAVE NO COLOR. So I am planning to buy a nano. :D

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