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State: Missouri
Country: United States
Description: 300 Gallons In-Wall 98L 30W 24H Shark Tank 100 gallon Sump 80 watt Light Awaki 400 RLT pump 2100 GPH
Advice: Persistence is key. I have had more people than I can count tell me Im too inexperienced or too young or that it is too hard and I couldnt keep sharks or have a 300 gallon tank. Be true to yourself! Throughout the whole time I stuck to what I wanted not what other people wanted. Set high goals. If you want a huge tank or cool fish you have to have high goals. As soon as you compromise your dreams is as soon as you are going to not have the dream tank you want.
Fish Kept: Banded Shark 7" Vlamingi Tang 5" Foxface Lo 4" Blue Devil Damsel 2.5" Bicolor Chromis 1" (4) Yellowtail Damsels 1" Blue Green Chromis 1" (2) Turbo Snails Horseshoe Crab Blueleg Hermit Crab
Corals/Plants: N/A
Tank Size: 300 gallons
Quote: Far better it is to dare mighty things to win glorious triumphs even though checkered with failure, than to ranks with the poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much because they live in the grey twilight that knows no victory nor defeat

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