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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Aquaone Aquamarine 900 -170 Litre Tank Lighting (T5'S) 2x 24W 2 x 36W 2 X External Filter's - Marisys & Seperate Aquaone 700 Vectron 200 UV 3 X Korallia 2
Advice: Read up on the hobby you are about to enter first, not to put you off, just so you know what to do and expect, get a good book and read it first. Do it right from day one, take your time, be patient and don’t try to cut corners. Buy the biggest tank you can afford (as 6 months down the line you will want a bigger one) and find a good fish shop, that not only gives good advice but their tanks replicate the advice given... Try to avoid buying any Fish, Corals or Invertebrates, until you have read up on them and you know that their requirements are met by your tank… enjoy it is a great hobby, but like every pet you are responsible for their welfare and they should never be treated as just a fish
Fish Kept: Lemonpeel Angel 2 x Clown (1 True 1 False) 2 x Yellow Coral Goby Six Line Wrasse Blue Damsel Pyjama Fish
Corals/Plants: Pulsing Xenia Green Bubble Anenome Brown Xenia Leather Corals Mushroom Corals Bush Coral Condy Anenome
Tank Size: 39 gallons
About Yourself: I have been keeping fish for over 20 years and marines for the past two years

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