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Photo Caption: - 24 L x 12 W x 12 1/2 H - Chrushed Coral And Shells For Flooring - Hydrometer W/ Temp Measure - Auqa Tech Filtration System 1- 3 Stripe Damsel 1- Yellow Tail Damsel 1- Dark Fin Chromis 1- Arrow Crab 2 Plants 1 Brown Coral Hideaway
10 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - - 24 L x 12 W x 12 1/2 H - Chrushed Coral And Shells For Flooring - Hydrometer W/ Temp Measure - Auqa Tech Filtration System 1- 3 Stripe Damsel 1- Yellow Tail Damsel 1- Dark Fin Chromis 1- Arrow Crab 2 Plants 1 Brown Coral Hideaway

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: - 24 L x 12 W x 12 1/2 H - Chrushed Coral And Shells For Flooring - Hydrometer W/ Temp Measure - Airstone - Auqa Tech Filtration System
Advice: 10/23/06 We're Just Starting So Dont Have Any Advice As Of Yet
Fish Kept: 1- 3 Stripe Damsel 1- Yellow Tail Damsel 1- Dark Fin Chromis 1- Arrow Crab 1- scooter blenny
Corals/Plants: 2 Plants 1 Brown Coral Hideaway
Tank Size: 10 gallons
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this is stupid! what is that freshwater? fish avatar

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