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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 14 Gallon Oceanic Biocube with a drip fresh water top off.
Fish Kept: 1 Seahorse : Leila 1 Purple Firefish: Nacho 1 Blue Hippo Tang: Ru-Ffi-O 1 Clownfish 1 Cleaner Shrimp: Penelope 1 Peppermint Shrimp: Pierre 1 Emerald Crab
Corals/Plants: pink montipora cap, green montipora cap, pink montipora digitatis, green montipora digitatis, green star polyps, white star polyps, purple mushrooms, red mushrooms, watermelon mushrooms, yellow/green zoo polyps, pink zoo polyps, orange/brown zoo polyps, green ricordia, and colt soft coral!
Tank Size: 14 gallons

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You really need to get that Tang OUT of that little 14 gallon.... Don't buy fish and just throw them in whatever size tank you feel like... You really need to do a little reading before you take on the hobby... fish avatar
wow, you are really keeping a tang in a 14 gallon tank. question...why would you subject such a fish to that? not even LFS keep them in such small tanks. ok rant done. it is a nice looking tank altogether. fish avatar
nice tank just like mine fish avatar

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