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Getting back in the game


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    Simona586 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    okay so ive been out of the salt water game for about a year and a half, and my cousin has a bio cube that he doesnt want and is going to give to me! so i went over there and he totally let this thing go! he took the rock out and this is what it looks like! I know he should have the yellow tang in there! so that will be taken out but im worried about the algae in it. what do i need to do to get rid of it and prevent it??
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    Simona586 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    okay i just didnt wanna get the tank and this stuff not go away! now he had that next to a huge bay window with alot of sun light would that have made it worse or does that not matter? because im putting it in my bed room in the basement... and would the bio cube uv sterlizer help at all?

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    Simona586 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    okay cool thanks for the help! my girlfriend will probably take pics of us taking it down and transporting and hooking it back up!

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    Simona586 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    okay sounds good!! thanks for the help!!

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