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State: Arkansas
Country: United States
Description: I have a 29 gallon, biowheel, two cheap heaters until I can find a better one, skimmer, etc
Advice: Watch what you do, and QUARANTINE TANK...its the most important thing EVER, ich is AWFUL. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Take your time!
Fish Kept: True Percula, Lemonpeel Angel, Rea Sea Star, Tiger Striped Sea Star, Zebra Turbo Snails, Scarlet Reef Hermits, Zebra Dwarf Hermit
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: "Me, I'm dishonest, and a dishonest man you can always trust to be dishonest. Honestly its the honest ones you ought to watch out for, because you never know when they're going to do something incredibly... stupid."
About Yourself: Well I'm 18 and I just got started in this about January and I already made huge mistakes, so I started over and I made sure everything was going smoothly. I was told my Ocellaris was a True Percula but it didn't turn out that way, they were introduced to the tank the same day and after only one tussel they've gotten along fine since. After a month I'm not too worried about them anymore.

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