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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 24 gallon Aquapod.
Advice: Research any and every animal you intend to buy thoroughly before you buy.
Fish Kept: Scooter Blenny Yellow Tailed Blue Damsel Firefish
Corals/Plants: Sun Coral Turbinaria Xenia Button Polyps Elegance Coral Tree Leather Ricordea Mushroom (Discosoma)
Tank Size: 24 gallons
Quote: Nature never betrays the heart that loves her
About Yourself: My husband and I have just started with saltwater this last January. So far, we have had nothing less then a fantastic experience with the saltwater tank (knock on wood). I'm sure we are in for a blow at some point, but so far, so good. We have had freshwater tanks for sometime. We have a soft spot for fancy goldfish, though right now we do not have any. We do have 2 Betta's (housed seperately), 3 cichlids in their own tank and another tank with 2 zebra's, a long finned danio, 4 glow light tetras and 5 neons. My husband is an electrician. I used to be a truck driver, but left the industry when I found I needed to stay home with my son while he was in school.

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