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Submitted By: Cameron Johnson on
Photo Caption: New tank, shallow sand, fake coral, big pump and protine skimmer, no fish yet
fish tank picture - New tank, shallow sand, fake coral, big pump and protine skimmer, no fish yet

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Newly set up 55 gallon tank, and a 10 gallon quarintene tank.
Advice: Im pretty new to salt water, I have owned fresh water tanks but salt water is the way to go! after you figure it all out lol
Fish Kept: damsels, blue tang, yellow tang, chocolate chip starfish, clownfish, royal gramma
Corals/Plants: None yet
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: This whole fish thing started with my girlfriend getting me a simple goldfish bowl...which turned into a 30 gallon freshwater tank. After I did some more research I soon went to a 55 gallon fresh water tank. Then after even further intrest in the hobby I now have a 55 gallon salt water tank and a 10 gallon salt water quarintene tank. I am still very new to salt water and my whole goal is to someday move onto a reef tank.

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