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200 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My reef in the making

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Country: South Africa
Description: Have a 2000x700x600 tank with a big sump, still a new tank
Advice: Google everything, read read read, you will never know enough... Regular water changes, ro/di water, good lighting, good flow, biggest skimmer you can fit...I run a good UV sterilizer and Ozone on timers, never lost a fish or a coral...
Fish Kept: 3 yellow tangs, 2 sailfin tangs, 1 purple tang, 2 regal tangs, 1 vlamingi, 1 shoulder tang 1 powder blue tang, 1 blonde naso tang, 1 scopas tang,2 skunk clowns, 2 tomato clowns, 2 occelaris clowns, 2 manderins, 1 scooter goby, 1 goldface goby, 1 sixline wrase, 2 purple dottybacks, 1 royal dottyback, 1 coral beauty, 2 green cromas, 3 skunk cleaner shrimp, 3 fire shrimp, blue knuckel hermits
Corals/Plants: sps, leathers, anemones, mushrooms etc...
Tank Size: 200 gallons
Quote: a reef tank is like driving a car, if you go to fast you will crash...

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