Photo #2 - Bat Ray Swimming Behind Some Artificial Corals

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Photo Caption: Bat ray swimming behind some artificial corals
375 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 150 gal acrylic tank
saltwater fish - myliobatis californica - bat ray stocking in 375 gallons tank - Bat ray swimming behind some artificial corals

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Country: Mexico
Description: 7'x´3x2.5´ tank plus 60 gal sump,live rock and a 4 ft protein skimmer powered by a 2250g7hr pump plus two 750g/each attached to skimmer body,water return by another 2250gl/hr pump through 1"pipe
Advice: Be patient when stocking your tank and never overfeed
Fish Kept: Blacktip shark,hippo tang,2 yellow tangs,emperor snapper,white tip trigger,2 blue damsels,lavender tang,spotted sweetlips,cardinal and baby bamboo shark
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 375 gallons
About Yourself: Marine aquarium keeper 20 years ago

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