Photo #2 - My Juevinille Emperor Angel, My 1 Year Old Marine...

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 24G DELUXE JBJ Nano Cube. 2 36w bulbs. 3 chamber filtration system surface skimmer. rotating nozzle. 55g all glass aquarium. 4 50/50 bulbs. emporor 400 and power sweep. 1 gallon deco art I replaced regular filter pad with a piece of poly filter.
Advice: Start off with a small tank and move your way up I started with a 10G then a 20g now I have the 24G I also now have a 55g tank. I also just made a 1 gallon deco art salt water just for my restroom.
Fish Kept: 24g- 2 clown fish,2 blue hippo tang, cleaner shrimp, 20 hermit crabs, 22 lbs of live rock. 1g-blue yellow tail damsel,2 lbs live rock, 4 hermits, 1 snail, 1 pink/purple/yellow/white nudibranch. 55g- Emperor angel , Marine beta , 1 banded cat shark, 1 arrow crab, Clown fish , 60 hermit crabs, 20 lbs of live rock.
Corals/Plants: anemone I recently decided to make my nano cube a reef = )
Tank Size: 24 gallons
Quote: Got Salt ?
About Yourself: I scuba dive which lead to me catching fish so I needed a tank. And I work at a aquarium store called amazon

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are you kidding me? dude youre an asshole. you have no business with a bamboo shark you have no idea what you are doing. fish avatar

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