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Photo Caption: my tank! i hope you like it! its not that great of a pic.. ill upload more later :)
150 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - my tank! i hope you like it! its not that great of a pic.. ill upload more later :)

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Country: United States
Description: i love my tank. i acutally have two. this one is 150 gallons with a sweet lips, triger, damsel, puffer, sail fin tang , bird wrase and some scooter bleanis. i have a nice fliter as well as live rocks!
Advice: take your time. do your research. ask questions. vist the shop that you want to buy from and READ READ AND READ !!!!
Fish Kept: triger,sweet lips, scooter blenis, damsel, pufffejr, sail fin tang.. bird wrase.
Corals/Plants: live rock...
Tank Size: 150 gallons
Quote: life isnt burger king honey you can always have it your way!! haha
About Yourself: i love fish. i like learing about them and reading about them. i have been in this hoby for around 2 years so im still learning. but, im always willing to answer nice questions!

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Amazing set up.... what a great color variation in corals.... Great!! fish avatar

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