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10 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - My 10g wall-mounted aquarium

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Wall-mounted AquaBella 41 live rocks, live sand, 2 clown, 3 chromises, 2 emerald crabs, 1 mexican turbo snail, 1 astrea snail.
Advice: Cycling your tank is of the utmost importance when starting a new tank. It can be done in as little as 48 hours with the addition of essential bacteria and enzymes such as in AquaBella Bio-Enzyme. It will provide provide you with bacteria that performs the entire nitrogen cycle, including oxidizing nitrates into inert nitrogen gas.
Fish Kept: Ocellaris Clownfish, Blue/Green Reef Chromis
Corals/Plants: live rocks
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: An aquarium is a very good teacher.
About Yourself: 2 years ago, i did not even entertain having a pet: I can’t have a dog because of my hectic schedule, nor a cat because of my son’s allergies. Less even an aquarium, it’s too time consuming and too unpredictable. That was before AquaBella Bio-Enzyme. I don't have to change water for one year and it keeps water crystal clear, a sign of a healthy ecosystem. For a green conscious minded individual and busy professional like me, it offered many advantages: having a piece of a natural water ecosystem in my leaving room. It saves me 100 gallons of water and 100s of maintenance hours every year and it's made of 100% organic ingredients. On a daily basis, I work on improving food and water systems that respect nature and people.

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