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Old 09-21-2009, 08:39 PM   #11
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I wouldn't put a fish in a 3g. You can get away with more fish, space, less top offs, and easier water maintenance in a 10.

If you like the 3, by all means go for it! But as everyone before me has said, the larger the tank, the easier it is to maintain.

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So I went to the fish store to buy water and sand to get things rolling, and I ended up walking out with the water, the sand and live rock for a 12.5 gallon!

I listened to all of your advice and upgraded before I even started. It looks awesome already, just with the rock, lol. I'm going today to get the rest of my supplies... About to do more research on here before I head out.

Any advice??
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welcome to our forum.i am also a newbie....
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