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Old 11-21-2011, 09:14 AM   #1
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10 gallon moving to 29

Hello everyone ! I'm interested in learning more about fresh water tanks ! I currently have had a 10 gallon tank for the last two and a half years ! Yesterday my girlfriend and I made the purchase of a 29 gallon tank ! Pretty excited to get it started ! I have a brief knowledge of tanks but hope everyone here would be able to increase my knowledge greatly! Thanks :thumbsup:
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Hello and welcome to AA. Congrats on the tank upgrade, looking forward to seeing your stocking plans and pics.
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Where do I post general questions ? Thanks !
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