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140 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - my new old tank after the house got hit by lightening and the lights didnt work for 2 weeks when we were out of town(of course) and all the fish were electrocuted :-( the large corals survived
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Photo Caption: my new old tank after the house got hit by lightening and the lights didnt work for 2 weeks when we were out of town(of course) and all the fish were electrocuted :-( the large corals survived
140 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - my new old tank after the house got hit by lightening and the lights didnt work for 2 weeks when we were out of town(of course) and all the fish were electrocuted :-( the large corals survived

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: custom glass tank 47 L x31 H x18 W with built in overflow .4 way flow controllerGeisman LED Lights (they are the best, I have had every other lighting available)
Advice: take your time dont buy anything you havent researched firstread, read, read
Fish Kept: 6 line, clown, firefish, wrasse
Corals/Plants: a little of everything
Tank Size: 140 gallons
Quote: oh, I'll just buy one more coral

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Wow! what a beautiful arrangement of corals. Amazing set up all around... fish avatar

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