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State: Mississippi
Country: United States
Description: i have a six foot long tank with 2 overflow boxes, marine land in sump protien skimmer, i only use ro water, led lighting because MH lights give off to much heat.
Advice: just take your time, i learned this with my first tank, and read, read, read before you buy anything, and buy the biggiest tank that you can afford, and my tank has been up and running for 5 months!
Fish Kept: naso tang, blue regal tang, 2 yellow tangs, a blue damels, yellow watchman goby, clownfish, lawnmower blenny, 2 cleaner shrimp, 4 peppermint shrimp, 3 cleaner gobys, a orange starfish, a blue starfish, longspine seaurchin
Corals/Plants: green carpet anemone, 2 small long tenacle anemones, frogspawn, colt coral, toadstool, yellow button polyps, kenya tree, star polyps, green leathers and still adding stuff little at a time!
Tank Size: 210 gallons
Quote: I love my fish!
About Yourself: when i was young i saw my 1st saltwater tank in a hospital waiting room, i begged my dad to get me one but back then they was way to expensive! So five years ago i went to the New Orleans Aquarium, and fell in love all over again, and thats when i got my first tank and the rest is history.

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