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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 29 Oceanic Bio Cube with added in protein skimmer. Gutted out the bio balls in the refugium and added in crushed coral mixed with live rock.
Advice: Have patience, research, and dont rush into anything. Everyone has there own way of running a tank and will give you there advice, personal i know everything i do from my own experiences which might even mean loss. Don't give up!
Fish Kept: -Pair of True Percula Clownfish -Six Line Wrasse -Lawn Mower Blenny -Blue Coral Banded Shrimp -Red Bali Starfish -Anemone Crab -Sally Lightfoot Crab -Nassarius Snails -Astraea Snails -Bumble Bee Snails -Clam
Corals/Plants: -Bubble Tip Anemone -Sebae Anemone -Green Star Polyps -Buttons -Mushrooms -Hammer / Anchor -Daisy Polyps -Toadstool -Torch -Pulsing Xenia
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: "You live and you learn"
About Yourself: Got into the hobby from working at a pet store selling fish. Had tanks for 4-5years now and always looking to learn something new! Someday hope to run my own fish store :)

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