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Old 04-18-2005, 02:43 PM   #11
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Seahorses may be beautiful but they are incredibly hard to keep. Do your research, if the requirements for care sound plausible then by all means give em a shot. They need a very very very well established tank.

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Hang two MH pendant lights over it and turn it into a SPS and clam tank.

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or just send the tank to me to solve you problem. Just kidding!!!! well maybe not. Anyways. I woulg use some of the rock, water and sand from your other tank and go with a frag tank like was listed before. I have a 10 that I'm gonna try and set up like that. Or use it as a sump. See Look what you guys have done to me. MTS has set in and I've only been at this for a year.
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30 gallon, tan

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