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fishr4life 04-22-2007 10:50 AM

How About This
 
I figured out that anything other than a nanocube marine tank would be difficult to take care of so i might get 12g or 24g if so what do u think i should put in either of them

usmc121581 04-22-2007 10:57 AM

Actually more problems will/can happen with a nano. With such a small quantity of water, when it evaporates out that is when the problems will happen.

Age of Aquariums 04-22-2007 03:47 PM

I have a 10g nano, a 55g aggressive tank, and a 125g reef. The easiest to care for was the 125g. You might get some neon gobies (or any goby that will fit in the tank.) and 1 clown. Don't get Damsels because they might fight.


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