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Country: Malaysia
Description: Tank size: 4L, 1.25W, 1.5H Using Canister pam, T5 light, protein skimmer, surface skimmer and resum chiller. Keep changing water every month. Only used mineral from Kent product. Currently this tank was fresh water fish, but now i change it to marine and have to reused what existing equipment. Canister not really suitable for marine. So choose your tank properly before start this hobby. But here u can see cheep things also worth for the good one.
Advice: Read and study are compulsory. Make sure you understand what you do. For starting maybe you need to monitor your kH NO2 and NO3. But for establish tank always monitor your kH, pH, salinity, Calcium, Magnesium, NO3, NO2 and temp.
Fish Kept: Yellow tank, wrast, false clown, pajama cardinal, coral bended shrimp and 5 astrea snail, few crab and 2 blue tank. Previous i have 4 stripes demsel (already 6 month in the tank) but she jump out of my tank last week and died.
Corals/Plants: Several types of Fox, several types of brains touch, fingers, several types of button and mushroom.
Tank Size: 57 gallons
About Yourself: Already fail this hobby for 1st time, but never loose faith. i join this hobby for the past 2 year. i work as researcher only spend my time at night to maintain my tank. So far my 7 month tank look so good. But for future i plan to work out on 8 feet tank with 6 feet sum, denitrator, calcium reactor and a few good equipment. Very soon...

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