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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: This is my 29 gallon tank. This tank was established 11 Nov 08. I started with freshwater moving up to salt and I have to tell you, this tank is my baby. I have the T5 4X24W bulb system with moonlights for the exening. No protein skimmer or filter. 2 water jet powerheads. 30Lb live rock 10Lb live sand.
Advice: Go into it with passion and witness the joys and beauty it can produce, otherwise you spend lots of money for a colorful picture.
Fish Kept: 1. Clown, 1. Sixline, 1. Peppermint shrimp, 1. Red fire shrimo, 1. Trigger shrimp, 1. Purple lobster, 1. Green brittle star, 3. Blackfooted snails, 3 red legged hermits.
Corals/Plants: Fetherduster, Brain,
Tank Size: 29 gallons
About Yourself: I am 23 years old and live in Michigan. I never really did like fish, then I bought a tank with a blue crayfish and a tire track eel. Fromt here I fell in love eventually moving up to salt water. This leads me to where I am now.

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