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State: California
Country: United States
Description: New hobbyist with two saltwater fish tanks. One is a 10 gallon with saltwater fish only. Using a t5 as lighting, Tetra Whisper EX30. The Main tank is a 29 gallon with fish, live rocks and soon corals. Using a Aqueon Quiet Flow 55/75 four stage. A Fluval Sea Full Spectrum 25,000k LED for lighting.
Advice: Spend the time to constantly check the salt levels, PH but also don't forget about keeping that temp at the right levels. Be patient don't rush it and spend wisely. Like they say you get what you pay for.
Fish Kept: Removed the two damsels, added them to my other tank I started a week ago. Added 5 snails, a six line wrasse to my big tank which I uploaded a photo.
Corals/Plants: Two Live rock so far but looking to add more rock and coral once my tank get its ecosystem established.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: Watch it grow
About Yourself: Broke my back and neck. So found that I couldn't take long road trips to the bay so I brought the bay to my home and haven't been more pleased.

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