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Photo Caption: Mudskipper/Fiddler Crab tank. (Brackish)
30 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Mudskipper/Fiddler Crab tank. (Brackish)

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State: Oklahoma
Country: United States
Description: 30g Mangrove tank for my mudskippers and crabs.
Advice: Research your fish and try to make their environment as close as you can as if they are in the wild.
Fish Kept: Mudskippers
Corals/Plants: Mangroves
Tank Size: 30 gallons

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very cool! impressive placement of rocks and sticks. - pleasing to the eye. the mangroves take the cake for me. I might just have to build one now too. thank you for sharing fish avatar
This is somewhat what my son wants to create. We were thinking salamanders and frogs with orchids and a stream as well as an aquatic part. Nice tank. Good for you not forcing crabs to stay under water as most people do. They need to have a beach! Good job. PK fish avatar

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