getting back into things

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    bbell

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    Hi everyone.
    Been out of the hobby for a few years and equipping back up. Used to have a 90 gal bow predator tank, in it i raised to a rather large black lionfish, longspine black urchin, and for a short time a snowflake eel. Staying away from the predators this time and trying something new.
     
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    marcah

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    howdy welcome to the site and back to the hobby...:D
     
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    R3verb Time to add some coral!

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    Sounds like it use to be a cool tank! You could do a schooling tank. Do a bunch of really small fish and coral. If I didn't wana do tangs, that's what I would have done :-D
     
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    Smitty

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    Hello and welcome to the site...glad to have you aboard.
     
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    Hello and Welcome!
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Hi! :wave:
     
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