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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: This is a brackish water tank. I keep the salinity toward the higher end....more like a light marine condition. My fish seem to be happier with a higher salinity level, even the mollies.
Advice: I suggest to research and to love your fish : )
Fish Kept: I have 4 Mono Argentus, 4 Silver Scats, 2 Figure 8 Puffers, 1 Archer Fish, and some Mollies. My puffers are very docile and have never tried to eat any of my fish.
Corals/Plants: I have found it difficult to keep live plants in this tank. My Scats are very hungry.
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: It ain't about how hard ya hit. It's about how hard you can get it and keep moving forward. How much you can take and keep moving forward. That's how winning is done! Now if you know what you're worth then go out and get what you're worth. Rocky
About Yourself: I have been an aquarium lover since a young child. I have had many aquariums over the past 30 years. This one is one of my favorites. I am a teacher. I have passed on my love of the environment to my students.

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