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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: I'll be updating this with the new tank soon. It will be a 55 gallon tank. 48" x 13" x 21"
Advice: Do your homework. I read things online every night. I'm still brand new (even tho I've kept fish & reptiles in the past) so I don't know everything. #1 : Be patient #2 : Learn from your mistakes #3 : Don't listen to everything the big chain pet stores tell you. I would take advice from any small local fish stores any day over them. #4 : Ask questions. There is always someone that knows more than you do and will hopefully be willing to help you. Everyone starts somewhere.
Fish Kept: Currently : 4 Clown Loaches & 1 Pleco
Corals/Plants: Currently : Fake plants, real sinking wood
Tank Size: 10 gallons
About Yourself: I'm starting with a small 10 gallon, big mistake in most cases but we all learn from our mistakes. I will be getting a 55 gallon this week and moving my fish into their new larger spacious home.

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