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Old 01-23-2010, 08:12 PM   #11
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It's about 36"L X 12"W X 18"H.
thats probably a 30g long... 29g's are 30x12x18... yours should be 36x12x16
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I was just curious. Although, I do love my popcorn. I go to the movies just for the popcorn. I dont even care what is playing sometimes.
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I have had many smaller reefs. I like the look and the maintenance is easier. weekly water changes are very quick compared to my 75g or when I had a 200g. The smaller space allows you to sit and watch everything start to grow. Go for it and Good luck. Just make sure you take your time and not rush learn as much as you can.
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If you decide to do a SW tank don't rush things and do a lot of research. It isn't as hard as I thought it would be, more expensive and time consuming yes but more interesting.

Your tank size is bigger than the one I started with.
The 2 most important things for a small tank is the test kit and refractometer.
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The 2 most important things for a small tank is the test kit and refractometer.
I'm just gonna add one there Joy, dedication. You have to be dedicated to the weekly/biweekly maintienace.
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