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The School Nano Reef: Simplicity Meets Ultra Low Maintenance

 

 

WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS?!

 

For the past year, the wife really wanted a nano reef tank for her classroom to be viewed by hundreds of students, their parents, and her co-teachers.  She was so determined and excited about this that she told all of her co-teachers that she is getting one even before I planned out the logistics of such a feat (since I'm brand new to saltwater tanks and wasn't too eager at the time to spend the time and money to learn such a thing).  But, I didn't want to let her and her friends down, thus the School Nano Reef Tank was born on 9/17/2019, a week after my Office Nano Reef Tank was born which can be found here.  I also wanted to document this tank separately from my Office Nano Reef since it has been having a host of it's own unique types of issues which included Dino's up until recently which I'll detail in a separate post.

 

 

MY PRIMARY GOALS

 

I have 3 primary goals for this nano reef:

1. Extremely low maintenance since it can be weeks before I'm able to visit this tank to perform any type of maintenance.

2. To have GSP cover the majority of the larger rocks and to have some Pom Pom Xenia on the smaller isolated island rocks.

3. Cute fish or ones with big personalities or functional critters that help clean.

 

 

EL CHEAPO 10 GALLON AQUEON AQUARIUM FROM PETCO FEATURES

 

 Price: $14.99 (I missed the dollar per gallon sale, but the dream must move forward!)

◕ Tank Length: 20.25"

◕ Tank Width: 10.5"

◕ Tank Height: 12.625"

◕ Material: Glass

 

 

TANK HIGH LEVEL CHARACTERISTICS

 

⇨ Aquascape : Nature's Ocean 12-Inch Coral Base Rocks (they gave me 2 gigantic aragonite rocks so I spent hours trying to break them apart by throwing them against the concrete.  I was a madman on a mission!)

⇨ Sand : 10 pounds of Nature's Ocean Natural White No.0 Bio-Activ Aragonite Live Sand

⇨ Heater : EHEIM Jager Aquarium Thermostat Heater 50W

 Lighting : NICREW ClassicLED Aquarium Light & Finnex 10" FugeRay Ultra Slim Aquarium LED Light; Current USA Orbit Marine Aquarium LED Light

⇨ Powerheads : Hydor Koralia Nano 240 (2)

⇨ Wave Controller : Hydor Smart Wave Circulation Pump Controller

⇨ Filtration : Marina S20 Power Filter

⇨ In-Tank Refugium : Drilled custom holes into a Hamiledyi Fish Breeder Box

⇨ Coralline Algae Starter Pink Fusion Strain & Purple Helix Strain Coralline Algae in a Bottle + Nitrifying Bacteria

 Tank Lid: 20-Inch Aqueon Aquarium AAG29020 Versa Top

 Natural sea water: Imagitarium Pacific Ocean Water, 5 gallons (2)

 

 

MY CORAL CHOICES

 

Red Sea Pom Pom Xenia

This was one of the first Xenias that I purchased and I found out that I actually love the Pom Pom Xenia (ORA) variation more due to the pinkish color and larger pulsing effect.  So the Red Sea Pom Pom Xenia was banished to the School Nano Reef.

 

Green Star Polyps / GSP

The School Nano Reef will only get doses of Calcium and Alk whenever I have time to visit it, which may be weeks at a time.  Thus, the only surviving corals that can take such abuse may very well be GSP and Xenia.  Let's see how these two hold up in the long run.  I'm hoping that the GSP will cover all three huge rocks within this tank within a short period of time.

 

 

MACRO ALGAE

 

Red Dragon's Breath Gracilaria Hayi Macro Algae

Simply beautiful to put into the display tank.  Seems to work best if you can find a way to anchor it down.

 

Chaetomorpha Macro Algae

This is part of my magic bullet to keep the phosphates and nitrates down as low as possible.  This plus the Red Dragon's Breath plus the Xenia will be my main excess nutrient exporters.  I found out that I like to keep it contained to the in-tank refugium and out of the display tank if possible.

 

Red Ogo (Gracilaria Parvispora) Macroalgae [DEAD: Melted in 24 hours]

Normally a beautiful bright red & burgundy color and is fast growing, this macroalgae did not survive a 4-day journey through the mail in cold weather conditions to my home.  The temperature inside the package felt a bit cold due to the heat pack not holding up for the entirety of the trip.  Upon opening the bag, a really foul stench permeated the room.  The macroalgae arrived orange and became mostly transparent within 24 hours.  Needless to say, I had to remove all of the Red Ogo from the tank.

 

 

LIVESTOCK

 

2 Ocellaris Clownfish (ORA)

It wouldn't be much of a School Nano Reef without the ultimate stars, Nemo and Marlin.  We just love their vibrant colors, overall peacefulness, and their wacky movements!

 

1 Sharknose Goby

Originally in the Office Nano Reef, Goby has made his transition to the School Nano Reef quite well.  I often see him first in line to eat when the circulation pumps are switched off.  He enjoys laying on top of the enormous "rock bridge" that can be found within this tank.

 

1 Yellowtail Damselfish

To make this tank even more appealing for all the kids staring at it, how can you forget about Dory.  Hopefully, Dory won't become too aggressive as time goes on.  This damselfish was also originally within the Office Nano Reef.

 

1 Scarlet Skunk Cleaner Shrimp from Sri Lanka

The larger of the two Cleaner Shrimp that was in the Office Nano Reef makes his debut to the School Nano Reef.  He spends much of his time hiding under the "rock bridge" or off to the side.  Still hungry as ever and even swims upside down on the water's surface when the food pellets hit the water.

 

1 Stocky Cerith Snail

These snails are hard workers and they even clean on the edge where the sand meets the glass.

 

1 Astrea Snail

I hear these snails cannot right themselves if they fall upside down into the sand.  Somehow, this snail has defied all logic and is still alive.  If he does fall upside down, there are about 14 hermit crabs waiting for their next free meal.

 

3 Zebra Turbo Snails

I was looking for Mexican Turbo Snails and the LFS told me that these were them.  I found out later that they lied and they're actually Zebra Turbo Snails.  All of these are large (~2").

 

4 Turbo Snails

I got these snails for my Office Nano Reef to take care of some cotton candy algae that may have hitchhiked onto the Chaeto that I bought off eBay.  I found out that the smaller ones (~1") tend to pass it by which are the ones that I currently have.  They were purchased at a LFS under the name "Turbo Snail", but the LFS employee said they should be Mexican Turbo Snails, but by the look of their shells, I do not think they are.  They never did eat the cotton candy algae so they were banished to the School Nano Reef.  I later added 2 additional larger (2"+) snails and confirmed that at least 1 of these does eat cotton candy algae.  I have a feeling one or both of the larger snails are in fact Mexican Turbo Snails, but I'm listing it under the generic Turbo Snails just to be safe.

 

14 Blue Leg Hermit Crabs

These Blue Leg Hermit Crabs can be interesting to watch.  I always enjoy watching them switching shells and then sometimes switching back.

 

a ton of Tisbe Copepods

Our unseen clean up crew behind the scenes.  They sometimes sacrifice themselves as lunch for any hungry fish waiting for their next daily meal.

 

 

HITCHHIKERS

 

Asterina Starfish

I have read mixed feelings on these aquarium pests.  Depending on which you have, some may eat corals, but most will leave them alone.  They normally consume algae and some hobbyists report Coralline algae as well.  These hitchhiked onto a rock with GSP on it that I purchased from a new-to-me LFS.  I welcomed them to the School Nano Reef because some students were asking if we could get some Starfish for the tank.  Now we got a few "baby" Starfish.  Hopefully it'll never turn into hundreds or thousands of these little Starfish.

 

 

MAINTENANCE

 

◕ Top off with Distilled Water with Instant Ocean's Marine Conditioner that adds protective fish coating and eliminates chlorine, chloramine & heavy metals.

 When the water's surface develops an oily film, skim it off with paper towels as needed.  Then re-add filtered natural sea water for any water that was removed.

◕ Occasional dosing of Reef Fusion 1 and Reef Fusion 2 to add calcium, alkalinity, and other elements and trace minerals.

 

 

PICTURES

 

Day 60 (11/16/2019) since starting the School Nano Reef:

 

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Day 76 (12/2/2019):

 

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Upgraded Lighting to a Current USA Orbit Marine Aquarium LED Light.
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As I mentioned in the Office Nano Reef thread, this tank appeared to have Dino's last weekend.  I'm no longer seeing the Dino's on the rocks anymore.  We did the following which appeared to help the situation.  If anything changes, we'll document it in this thread.

 

Short Term Fix:

  1. Dosed 1 ml of Hydrogen Peroxide (3%) per 10 gallons for one week.  The wife noticed after 3-4 days, the Dino's no longer appeared on the rocks.

Long Term Solution:

  1. Reinstalled additional LED lighting over the in-tank refugium to help grow the Chaeto.  The Chaeto appears to be growing better now than without the additional lighting.

 

Note: Tisbe copepods were added to the tank on two different occasions prior so no additional ones were added.  If this wasn't the case, I'd highly recommend adding copepods to the tank.

 

We also added a frag of GSP today and 3 additional Zebra Turbo Snails.  I notice there's almost no coralline algae within this tank which is a stark contrast from the Office Nano Reef.  I'm wondering if part of the reason is because I dose Calcium and Alk daily on the Office Nano Reef while the School Nano Reef virtually gets almost no love except during my supervised visits every so often.

 

I'm hoping the GSP will grow by next week or so.  I purchased this GSP off Etsy of all places, lol, and it took the seller 5 days to ship it to me via "snail mail".  I slow dripped acclimated it and I'm hoping it'll survived, but the water in the bag stunk a bit so we'll see.  It's also a bit cold here in Pennsylvania so shipping corals slowly through the mail can be rough.

 

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Check off list for the School Nano Reef:

 

✔️ Decorated student-facing side for the holiday season.

 

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 ✔️ Purchased a big rock of Green Star Polyps from a new-to-me LFS and placed it right in the center.

 

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 ✔️ Added another 2 large Turbo Snails (possibly of the Mexican Turbo Snail variety).

 

 ✔️ Noticed the new rock came with some Asterina Starfish.  Hoping they will multiply and add more diversity to the tank.

 

When I last checked, the Xenia has been pulsing quite well in this tank.  I also adjusted the lighting in the tank since it was in a poor position which wasn't over the GSP and there was also a piece of black rubber that was blocking much of the light.  I removed the rubber piece and the GSP started to open up a lot more.  Let's give it a few weeks to see if it turns more green (it looks a little more green on the tips in person) and I'm hoping the purple mat will start to grow and cover the rocks.

 

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Let there be Light . . .

 

Tonight, we upgraded the lighting to a Current USA Orbit Marine Aquarium LED Light and it made a massive difference compared to what it had before.  Before, the old lighting was designed for a freshwater tank, not a reef tank.  I could tell when I used the old light before on the Office Nano Reef even, the Duncan tentacles appeared brown.  And even the GSP in the School Nano Reef was mainly brown except for the tips.

 

Now, the moment I changed over to the better lighting, you can really start to see the green show in the GSP and I believe it's only going to get better over time.  So why did we take so long to change over?

 

On Amazon, the Current USA Orbit Marine Aquarium LED Light now costs $65.86 at this time.  That same light used to cost $111.54 for the longest time so it's a great value upgrade for this tank.  The new LED light is good for soft corals, and some lower light LPS corals.  Since this tank will only have GSP, Xenia, and Macroalgae, it's perfect for our situation.

 

We'll post some full tank shots after giving this light some time to shine.  Get the puns? 😉 Lol.

 

Oh yeah, I received more Tisbe Copepods from Algaebarn the other day and added half to this tank, and half to the Office Nano Reef.  So far I'm pretty happy with the tanks.  One thing to mention though, I had to put laminated signs up on this tank saying: "DO NOT LITTER OR HARM THE FISH" because we found a pencil eraser on the sand on the student-facing side.  Sad that some kids do not see the beauty that these little slices of the ocean offer.  I also ordered some water-proof fabric (with The Little Mermaid Disney theme) to hang on half of the top near the students to help prevent or deter any further pollution of the tank.

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Interested in following along! I have had a low maintenance 10 gallon for the past year, but I've always wanted to have a field of GSP and xenia 🙂. The problem being, I also need a cover because the tank is close to a wall. So I find your set up very interesting and from what I see, the prices aren't bad at all.. 

When you have the chance, would you be able to show how you have the light sitting?

 

Thank you! Good luck 

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12 hours ago, IHaveADegreeInMarineBioBut said:

Interested in following along! I have had a low maintenance 10 gallon for the past year, but I've always wanted to have a field of GSP and xenia 🙂. The problem being, I also need a cover because the tank is close to a wall. So I find your set up very interesting and from what I see, the prices aren't bad at all.. 

When you have the chance, would you be able to show how you have the light sitting?

 

Thank you! Good luck 

 

Yeah, it's actually amazing how cheap you can build a decent nano reef tank for... it's also amazing how much you *could* spend on a nano reef tank (I was browsing some nano AIO tanks today and WOW, some of those can cost $420+ for a 4.5 gallon! (and I don't think shipping is included)  Unbelievable!  And you still got to buy a bunch of other stuff...

 

Sure, I'll take some pictures of the top and LED light next weekend when I stop by the school.  In the mean time, I took you some pictures how how the LED lights sit on the Office Nano Reef.  It's almost identical to the School Nano Reef except the School NR only has 1 LED light (the Office NR has 2 LED lights), and the School NR has a filter on the back of it while the Office NR has no filtration at all.

 

What I love about this is that it's very streamlined-looking, simple, and doesn't take up a lot of space.

Note: It might be hard to see, but I removed the black rubber piece that was in the center of the glass canopy lid to improve light penetration for both tanks.

 

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Thank you so much, whenever you can snag a photo is fine! I just skimmed through your office build. I saw that some weren't thrilled with the lighting you chose, but the Current USA seems like just enough to do what we have in mind.. I'm not looking to make the Great Barrier Reef Pt. II lol. Did you add 2 lights to the office one because you had more than just softies in the tank? Do you plan on adding a second light to the school room tank? 

Do you have any problems with the black bar on the tank cover, with it getting in the way of the light, etc? 

 

Thank you again! 

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14 hours ago, IHaveADegreeInMarineBioBut said:

Thank you so much, whenever you can snag a photo is fine! I just skimmed through your office build. I saw that some weren't thrilled with the lighting you chose, but the Current USA seems like just enough to do what we have in mind.. I'm not looking to make the Great Barrier Reef Pt. II lol. Did you add 2 lights to the office one because you had more than just softies in the tank? Do you plan on adding a second light to the school room tank? 

Do you have any problems with the black bar on the tank cover, with it getting in the way of the light, etc? 

 

Thank you again! 

 

Great questions!  Let me clear up the confusion...

 

When I initially built both the Office Nano Reef and the School Nano Reef, both tanks were using a NICREW ClassicLED Aquarium Light which cost me $26.99.  This light wasn't made for Reef tanks and I had to experience that fact first-hand.

 

Then, on the Office NR, I upgraded the light to an Orbit Marine IC Pro with Bluetooth which cost me $218.90 and this included Dual LED lights.  These lights can support and grow soft corals, LPS corals, and SPS corals (if you keep the SPS near the top portion of the tank which I did with an Acropora coral).

 

Then today, I upgraded the lights in the School NR to a Current USA Orbit Marine Aquarium LED Light which cost me $65.86.  These are much weaker than the Orbit Marine IC Pro as you can see in the diagram below that shows the PAR ratings for each type of light:

 

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Truth be told, the main reason I upgraded the lights within the Office Nano Reef was because my first Duncan coral was dying and I didn't know about Brown Jelly Disease which is what it had.  I thought upgrading the lights could save it, but it died anyways and I got my money back in credit.  After spending so much money on an expensive LED light, I decided to buy a bunch of different LPS corals to justify it all and to experience what these different corals are like.  In the end, I found out that I really love Pom Pom Xenia, Neon Green Trumpet Corals, GSP, and Red Blastomussa Corals.  In my next tank, which might be a 33 Long, I might experiment with Elegance Corals as well + lots of Pom Pom Xenia and Neon Green Trumpet Corals.  Although, I may add GSP to a large rock all by itself since it's so invasive, but so pretty!

 

I initially had the Orbit IC LED (which is 1 LED light) for the Office NR, but the black rubber piece on the glass canopy was blocking some of the light that I wanted to shine on my corals in different areas.  So in a split decision, I decided to return that and go with the Orbit IC PRO (2 LED lights) to get around that black rubber piece that was blocking the light.  Then months later, I removed that piece on the School NR because I had a similar issue, but didn't want to get 2 lights.  And I decided to just do that on the Office NR, and here we are today, lol, many decisions later.

 

I found out that I'm not a SPS coral type of person.  The Orbit IC PRO *might* be overkill for what I need.  As for the future tank, I was reading and watching multiple videos that even elegance corals don't like a lot of light and will shrivel up if exposed to too much, so I'm not even sure if Orbit IC PRO will be right for me down the road.  I guess I really have to experiment with the Orbit Marine and see what it's capable of.

 

To answer your last two questions, I do not plan on adding anymore lights to the School NR and as I mentioned above, I removed the black bar on the glass canopy lid on both tanks to give it maximum light penetration.

 

Let me know if all this makes sense and if I answered all your questions. 🙂

 

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That answers pretty much everything, I think! I have to look at the Orbit Marine (first column) vs. the PRO version; it's cheap enough, why not get a little more light if I DO want more than just softies, ya know.. haha 😉. I think the only remaining question I would have is how the heck you got the black bar off the glass? From what I remember, that's the most solid part of the cover!

 

Thank you as always. 

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44 minutes ago, IHaveADegreeInMarineBioBut said:

That answers pretty much everything, I think! I have to look at the Orbit Marine (first column) vs. the PRO version; it's cheap enough, why not get a little more light if I DO want more than just softies, ya know.. haha 😉. I think the only remaining question I would have is how the heck you got the black bar off the glass? From what I remember, that's the most solid part of the cover!

 

Thank you as always. 

 

Assuming that we're talking about the Aqueon Aquarium AAG29020 Versa Top, the plastic and rubber pieces just pull off with a bit of force -- I usually start on one of the ends and it comes off more easily once you get it going.

 

One thing to mention about the Current USA LED lights... you are getting other perks besides the LED lights, for instance:

  • With the Orbit Marine IC Pro with Bluetooth, it syncs up with the LOOP app on my iPhone that allows me to easily adjust the times for the Sunrise, Sunset, Moon light hours, it tells me the temperature of the tank water, and even allows me to change the forecast/weather conditions if I want it to have Rolling Clouds or Thunder Storms.  Even hooks up to a speaker for sound effects.  If you own their other products such as their Wave Pumps and DC Flow Pumps, it lets me control those too and adjust the Mode and Flow %.
  • With the Current USA Orbit Marine Aquarium LED Light, it comes with a remote control that allows me to adjust many of the same things such as the On Time for Sunrise, Off Time for Sunset, I can adjust the Color Spectrum %'s, and you can hook up their Wave Pumps also and adjust the Flow %.

Both systems have a 24 hour Timer Program which "ramps up" to a Sunrise, then Daylight, and then "ramps down" to a Sunset, then Moonlight.  This is so you don't "shock" the fish from having No Light to Bright Lights all of a sudden.  You can also start to see the corals responding to a gradual Sunrise of light.  It simulates real life conditions and I really like how it ramps up and down.

 

Here's a diagram below explaining the process:

 

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My previous cheap lights had only an ON/OFF switch and I had to use a 3rd party timer to turn it on and off at certain times of the day.  I think slowly ramping up the brightness helps reduce stress for the tank inhabitants in the long run as well.

 

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Hello again! I just went out and bought an Aqueon lid from Petco. I'm not sure it's exactly the same as you have listed, but it's very similar. I don't know how you took the black part off without the whole thing coming apart.. that's how it's held together... But it also looks the same--as in, the black piece is holding both panels together--on the link you have attached here? 

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2 hours ago, IHaveADegreeInMarineBioBut said:

I don't know how you took the black part off without the whole thing coming apart.. that's how it's held together... But it also looks the same--as in, the black piece is holding both panels together--on the link you have attached here? 

 

You're correct, I removed the black rubber piece and now on top of my tanks, I have 2 totally separate pieces that aren't connected together anymore by the black rubber piece.  The back piece which is a plate of glass + the hard clear plastic attached to it, and the front piece which is a plate of glass with a black plastic handle attached to it using their double-sided tape.

 

When it comes time to feed, since you only have 1 LED light, you just slide it over to the back piece and literally remove the front piece with the black plastic handle.  For me, I just quickly lay it on a towel near my tank and do what I need to do, then I put it back into place.

 

I believe the Pros outweigh the Cons because now we don't have that black rubber piece blocking our light from getting to our corals anymore.

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10 minutes ago, Seadragon said:

 

You're correct, I removed the black rubber piece and now on top of my tanks, I have 2 totally separate pieces that aren't connected together anymore by the black rubber piece.  The back piece which is a plate of glass + the hard clear plastic attached to it, and the front piece which is a plate of glass with a black plastic handle attached to it using their double-sided tape.

 

When it comes time to feed, since you only have 1 LED light, you just slide it over to the back piece and literally remove the front piece with the black plastic handle.  For me, I just quickly lay it on a towel near my tank and do what I need to do, then I put it back into place.

 

I believe the Pros outweigh the Cons because now we don't have that black rubber piece blocking our light from getting to our corals anymore.

ah HA! ok! that makes perfect sense. what'd you do? just take a knife to it? 

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7 minutes ago, IHaveADegreeInMarineBioBut said:

ah HA! ok! that makes perfect sense. what'd you do? just take a knife to it? 

 

Pry it off from one of the ends first, use a bit of force... once you got an end coming off, continue with the momentum and the rest will come off easily.  (i.e. don't tug it off from the center and try to remove it all at once, start at an end. 🙂)

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1 minute ago, Seadragon said:

 

Pry it off from one of the ends first, use a bit of force... once you got an end coming off, continue with the momentum and the rest will come off easily.  (i.e. don't tug it off from the center and try to remove it all at once, start at an end. 🙂)

thank you!! the light should be coming tomorrow (bless thee amazon prime) and i'll try some tugging with some forcing haha. i'll show you when it's all said and done. thank you so much, this has made me so excited about the hobby again

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14 minutes ago, IHaveADegreeInMarineBioBut said:

thank you!! the light should be coming tomorrow (bless thee amazon prime) and i'll try some tugging with some forcing haha. i'll show you when it's all said and done. thank you so much, this has made me so excited about the hobby again

 

No problem, I'm excited for you too, make sure you post pictures!  You know, once I got to see how beautiful GSP looks in the School NR, I wish I could find a spot to isolate it within the Office NR.  But, my rock bridge structure is so big, lol.  I just don't want to add it and eventually the purple mat will grow over all of my corals in the tank.  It's like a scene from a horror movie; the purple mat from hell. 🙂

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