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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 75 Gallon Reef Tank 55 Gallon freshwater Tank 29 Gallon Bow Front
Advice: Do not hesitate to remove a failing piece of coral from a saltwater tank ASAP to prevent a war. I had my 75 Gallon reef tank up for over a year, I always played russian roulette with my coral when they died and did not remove them. I had a tank crash on me causing loss of all coral which I learned a valuable lession. I lost well over 3000 dollars worth of coral and fish. After having a fish only preditor tank for a year I have recently decieded to switch it back to a reef tank.
Fish Kept: Currently: Engineer goby 8" raised from baby. Sailfin Tang 6", Snow Flake Eel 14", Velvet Damsel, Lunar Wrasse 5", Black Clown Fish 1.5", Niger Trigger 3" Had plenty of other species..
Corals/Plants: Currently: Galaxia Lost: Too much to list.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: I always liked having fish since mom had an aqurium. Ive always had a fresh water tank, I went scuba diving on a reef once and realized I wanted a reef tank to experience watching a reef and to learn first hand as I have how fragile they are..

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