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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: 2 Emperor 400, 1 fission protein skimmer 105 gal, 2- 40watt Fluorescent bulbs 1 marine glo and 1 sun-glo gonna upgrade to a 150gal soon next year its gonna be a reef tank
Advice: do your water changes it helps a whole lot and make sure you take your time on the acclimation you will save yourself alot of money trust me dont be in a hurry so slow the fuck down and dont mix things that might go together trust me shit will go wrong
Fish Kept: 1-3 Stripe Damsel; 2-Blue Damsels;1-Volitan Lionfish; 1-Blue Hippo Tang; 1-Sailfin Tang; 1-Yellow Tang; 1-Sixline Wrasse
Corals/Plants: none yet
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Quote: fuck my lion fish ate another fish
About Yourself: well i am the pool man i got into this hobby cause i am able to recreate what took GOD million of years to do but only will take me a few months

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ok .. i wont be easy y do u curse so much it makes u seem like a complete idot hah so shut up ! :) fish avatar

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