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State: California
Country: United States
Description: This tank is no longer up and running, everything in this tank was moved to my new 120 gal. reef tank.. i will post pics later. 34 gal. Saltwater tank Red Sea Max. T-5 lighting...1/10 HP Chiler...UV 7-Watt 25 lbs. of Live Rock. 2 large bags of Live Sand. Some Fish and Corals. Tanks about one year old.
Advice: Start SLOOOOOOOOOOOW. join a club they can help you so much trust me!!
Fish Kept: N/A
Corals/Plants: N/A
Tank Size: 34 gallons
Quote: How much $$$ did U Spend?
About Yourself: I saw a friends Tank, had to have one.. hooked BAD, looking to buy a 210 reef tank or smaller.

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