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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: -90 Gallon All-Glass, 48x18x25 -10K Coralife, 18K Marine-Glo(actinic) lighting -20 gal sump, with a rio 2500 pump. - Super Skimmer 220 -Feed New-Life Spectrum Thera-A, Formula 1&2 pellets, Freeze-dried krill, frozen squid and mussels.
Advice: Read as many books as you can and study up as much as possible. A good website. Be patient and do your water changes!
Fish Kept: 90 Gal salt- Niger Trigger, Purple Tang, Miniatus Grouper, Snowflake Eel, Yellowtail Damselfish, Emperor Angel, Volitan Lionfish 20 Gal salt- Undulated Trigger, Choc Chip Star (Soon to be moved) 55 Gal Fresh- Teacup stingray, 6 tiger barbs, African knifefish, peacock eel, 2 blue gouramis, 1 flame dwarf gourami, crowntail betta, 1 pinktail chalceus
Corals/Plants: many plants, haven't started a reef tank yet.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: if it's free, it's for me
About Yourself: I'm 19 years old, and I've been in the hobby since around 12 I'd say. I work at a local fish store in Savannah, GA called Exotic Underworlds. I like the football and a big Dallas Cowboys fan!

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Good job!!Not too bad!!How big is your trig?Mine has grown about an inch since i been in iraq!!!Be care they bite!! fish avatar

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