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Old 01-13-2011, 12:03 PM   #1
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Need help moving from a 55g to 125g

Hello I just realized I need help lol I just bought a 125 gallon tank and right now just have fish and inverts in my 55 but I still don't know what alot of stuff is or does. Like what is the sump ?
I'm getting a skimmer but I don't know what it is either.
Over flows???
And will I need a canister filter since my tank is so big?? Someday I do want corals and make this thing amazing but I'm trying to take it slow lol well as slow as I can haha any help would be greatly appriciated and how to I customize my profile??
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1.5g, 55 gallon, moving

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