Photo #2 - My Big Babies - Sailfin Tang, Clownfish, Dottybac...

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Photo Caption: my big babies
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saltwater fish - paracanthurus hepatus - blue tang stocking in 90 gallons tank - my big babies

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State: New Mexico
Country: United States
Description: glass, oak base and lid
Advice: none at this time
Fish Kept: sailfin tang, clownfish, dottyback, hippo, purple tang, damsels, brittlestar, serpent starfish. hermit crabs, turbo snails.
Corals/Plants: live rock, zenia, red buble-tip anemone's, toadstool leather, frogspawn euphyllia , various polyps and mushrooms, green and orange/red montipora. colt, green zoos,
Tank Size: 90 gallons
About Yourself: Decided to try saltwater about 5 years ago, turned my 32 gal freshwater tank into salt, which turned out not to bad. Upgraded to a 90 gallon tank summer 2007, taking my time about it, lots of room to fill in it.. Just bought the canopy/light fixture, very expensive hobby... But when I'm able to sit back and enjoy it, the colors/site of it makes me feel good.

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