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Country: United Kingdom
Description: the tank.... 60x30x24 top tank and 48x18x18 sump. the returns from the sump are 2x 3500 liters. the turbo shorty aqua medic skimmer is ran by another 3500. sump contains 80 lbs of aragonite live (wet) sand and a few kilos of live rock. it has a separate nursing tank built in with own skimmer and internal pumps, rock/sand. the top tank is 15mm glass and has around 200 - 250 lbs of aragonite live (wet) sand and 180 - 220 kilos of live rock. hidden in the rock are 2x 10,000 liters per hour power heads, 4x 5,000 lph power heads an 4x 1,000 lph. central weir descending into a false sand bed, one down pipe straight into the 1st stage of the sump and the other down pipe is gravity feeding the skimmer . if you haven't already...go to youtube and search for bertie411, the video can show so much more than i can explain, ( dont forget to leave a comment lol )
Advice: find somebody you can trust and listen very carefully!!
Fish Kept: paired clowns, sail fin tang, fox face, fire fish, chromis wreck fish, cleaner wrasse, powder blue, mandarin, blue cheeked goby, dragon wrasse turbo snails, cleaner shrimps, peppermint shrimps, bi colored blenny, scooter blennys, sea serpent, long spine urchins, domino damsels, pencil urchin, red/blue and brown leg hermits
Corals/Plants: mainly mushrooms and toadstools, Xenia (several colors) polyps, duncans, trumpets, pulsing Xenia, bubble anemone mouses ear, carpet anemones,
Tank Size: 330 gallons
Quote: I'm not a man whore....I'm a fish enthusiast!
About Yourself: skint now and addicted to call of duty modern warfare 2! :)

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