Photo #1 - Cool Tank - Owned By Steve

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saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - Cool Tank

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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: Cool Tank

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How big is you tank??? It's not at all good putting a butterfly fish in such a small tank. That species of butterfly should be in a 55 gallon at the least, or larger. You should read a little more about this hobby before you start. Looks like you don't know what you're doing... fish avatar
u need it big. the fishes do have enough space to swim. pls see to it dat they get a bigger tank fish avatar
yeah man, one thing is about damsels in a pico or nano, but the cow fish and butterfly... c'mon, you dont eat or sleep in the bathroom space, do you ? fish avatar
Sweet setup. Lots of room. fish avatar
Bet most of these are dead now. fish avatar
what is that a 20 gal. tank?? fish avatar
ok for the damsels but the cowfish and butterfly need a bigger tank fish avatar
u ethier need a bigger tank or smaller fish that is cruel u go live in a box i mean seroiuly fish avatar
i feel srry for the fish fish avatar
That tank looks extremely too small for the Butterfly and the Longhorn. What size? fish avatar
WHATS THE SIZE fish avatar

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