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Old 05-26-2011, 11:15 AM   #1
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How many gallon of my tank

Can some one tell me? My tank L-36, H-24, W-15.
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About 56 gallons
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Old 05-26-2011, 11:23 AM   #3
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Can some one tell me? My tank L-36, H-24, W-15.
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55g is what I get from Google.
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55 is probably more accurate, since is less common
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Thank Q. For beginner start this tank suitable o not
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Thank Q. For beginner start this tank suitable o not
It's fine, bigger tanks are less likely to destabilize from minor issues.
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I hear some body angel fist will eat coral. It that true. Coz I plan my tank live rock, fish, coral n sand. What kind sand is good for salt water tank?
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I hear some body angel fist will eat coral. It that true. Coz I plan my tank live rock, fish, coral n sand. What kind sand is good for salt water tank?
Couldn't say since mine are all FW. I'd suggest you start a thread about it in a SW forum (getting started maybe?).
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