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State: Oklahoma
Country: United States
Description: This is my 55, gallon tank, my lighting 48''in, 1219mm ,Reef Sun. My water filter system is a double pump by Aqual Flow.And 1 fan by Aqual flow. This is my tank i start my fish out in, i also own a 150 gallon tank .
Advice: Do study please before you start a saltwater tank. It cost to have a nice tank, and please dont just buy a fish because it looks cool,i have and paid do cost of losing da fish because i diddnt know anything about the fish. Buy books and read alot about what type of tank setup you want & fish
Fish Kept: One (IndianOcean Tang), One (Tomato Clown fish), four (Hermit Crabs), a (Banded Shark Egg) & one (Goby).
Corals/Plants: LEATHER CORAL AND SUM LIVE ROCK
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: I love to just set in front of my tanks and be glued to it like a coutch potatio glued to his t.v.

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