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saltwater fish - zebrasoma veliferum - sailfin tang stocking in 55 gallons tank - My Sailfin Tang 5-6 inches

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Country: Canada
Description: 55 gallon 4 foot long tank 82 pounds of live rock 2 clown fish Coral banded shrimp Red Scooter Blenny 1 sailfin tang (moving to a bigger home) (more smaller fish to come) 80 gallon Eheim canister filter 40 pounds of crushed coral Basic lighting and heater (upgrading to metal Halides)
Advice: Patience and research...also books buy books, books and more books
Fish Kept: Various types of fresh and saltwater.
Corals/Plants: All fake, corals and anemones soon to come...
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: For a clown fish...He's not very funny...
About Yourself: I've maintained freshwater for multiple years then a family member of mine showed me his saltwater tank and I fell in love instantly and my hobby grew bigger and bigger...Im sure thats how it happens for everyone :)

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