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Photo Caption: My "Stress Reliever Tank." Placed in my bedroom so I can fall asleep looking at it. I had this tank up for a about a year and a half with the original fishes still going strong.
20 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - My "Stress Reliever Tank." Placed in my bedroom so I can fall asleep looking at it. I had this tank up for a about a year and a half with the original fishes still going strong.

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State: Hawaii
Country: United States
Description: 20H Gallon Tank (24"W x 12"D x 16"H), Penguin 125 Power Filter, Whisper Air Pump, Perfecto Hood, 15 watt Coralife bulb
Advice: Water changes are the key to success!
Fish Kept: 2 Amphiprion percula (Percula Clownfish), and 1 Chrysiptera cyanea (Blue Devil Damsel)
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: Expect the Unexpected
About Yourself: I just got into the hobby about 2 1/2 years ago. My first tank was a 5 gallon eclipse tank with all kinds of freshwater fish like guppies, neon tetras, mollies, etc. I got into cichlids for a while and then onto saltwater fishes. I love the saltwater tanks but still enjoy the freshwater tanks as well.

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