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Photo Caption: 350 Gallon Tank, divides our Dining Room from Our Living Room.... I couldn't live without it!!!!
350 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 350 Gallon Tank, divides our Dining Room from Our Living Room.... I couldn't live without it!!!!

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State: Minnesota
Country: United States
Description: This tank separates our dining room from our living room... as you can see... Large Angels can be kept together, if done properly!! This tank was custom made by Marineland for us: dimensions are 72L X 36W X 32T. We have duel wet dry filters with and octopus 300 protein skimmer and multiple UV sterilizers running as well and a Fluval FX5 as another filtration media. We are running (3) 150watt metal Halite with combo T5 florescent bulbs w/ 24 nightlights
Advice: Take your time.. and never buy cheap equipment!!
Fish Kept: French Angel, Queen Angel, Emperor Angel, Passer Angel,Asfur Angel, Anthus,Clown, Snoflake Morey Eel, Soho Tang, Sailfin Tang, Blue Face Angel
Corals/Plants: NONE... FAKE
Tank Size: 350 gallons
Quote: Angels, Angels, Angels!!!

COMMENTS

Wow!! I am very impressed with how perfect it looks :)It is well taken care of. I love all the beautiful colors of the coral and the fish are amazing!! Definately impressed fish avatar
So cool... great center piece... love the set up. fish avatar
you cant say anything about this tank xcept WOW!! fish avatar
awesome fish avatar
I have seen this tank 'up close' its immaculate and well taken care. Seeing it online does it no justice. fish avatar

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