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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: My freshwater tank is a 45 gallon bow front tank made by odyssea. With a cherry colored tank and stand. My saltwater tank is a 20 gallon bow front tank. And it's also made by odyssea. The stand and the light cover are black. And the tank and lid are a greyish color.
Advice: Don't rush when your setting up your tank and be sure to ask if a fish that your about to buy will get along with the fish you already have. Some fish will fight others .
Fish Kept: FRESHWATER- 2 Bala sharks, 3 parrot fish, 1 silver dollar, 2 fire eels,1 chinese alge eater, 1 pleco, i had a frontosa but it died, and some that i dont know the names of. SALTWATER- 1 percula clownfish, 1 canary wrasse, 4 snails, 1 sand sifting star fish, 1 chocolate chip star fish, 1 cleaner shrimp, And a lobster.
Corals/Plants: FRESHWATER- 3 Texas holey rocks, 1 amber rock, and some live plants. SALTWATER- 1 Texas holy rock, 2 white rocks, and some petrified wood.
Tank Size: 45 gallons
Quote: Keep your damn hands away from my tanks!!!
About Yourself: I've owned 3 freshwater tanks and 1 saltwater tank. My first freshwater tank i got when i was little and i can't remember how many gallons it was. My second was a 9 gallon and i gave it to my sister when i got my third one witch is a 45 gallon. And my saltwater tank is a 20 gallon.

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