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saltwater fish - amphiprion percula - true percula clownfish stocking in 12 gallons tank - Shemo-my first fish!

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State: Alabama
Country: United States
Description: about 2 set it up a 75 gallon, but i have a little 12 gallon saltwater tank and 10 gallon fresh. i just got my very first clown fish- i named her Shemo! will let you know the details on the 75 when my husband decides-after he finishes building the stand...i am waiting patiently.
Advice: give some advice? i need some!
Fish Kept: 1 clown-Shemo-i love her!
Corals/Plants: i only have some live rock
Tank Size: 12 gallons
About Yourself: i have 3 children-5, 3, & 1-& i want them to enjoy simple things, teach them to appreciate their belongings, and not be superficial. that sounds silly, but at this point they would rather look for the teeniny bugs in the sand of the aquarium that apparently crawled off the live rock in our dinky tank than watch tv. id like to keep their mind on something better than normal.

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