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State: Utah
Country: United States
Description: Hell if I know, I got the tank and stand for 100 bux from a classified ad. I just enjoy the hobby.
Advice: Go big or go home. Bigger tanks are easier to care for, so don't wuss out and just get a 10 gallon. You will have to do more frequent water changes and substrate cleaning.
Fish Kept: Tetra: 4 Lampeye, 5 Neon Danio: Glofish (4 Blue and 3 Orange) Rasboras: 4 Harlequin 2 African Dwarf Frogs 1 Platy
Corals/Plants: The exotic Plasticus Fakecilimous.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Pain is temporary, pride is forever
About Yourself: I had a octagon tank many years ago and it was awesome, then I lived in Europe for 4 years, then I didn't. So I got another tank, this time a bigger one.

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