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saltwater fish - paracanthurus hepatus - blue tang stocking in 60 gallons tank - A 6ft FOWLR Tank located at where i work in Singapore, STOLZ Engrg...
60 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My saample photos for 2ft tank..4ft tank coming soon...

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Country: Malaysia
Description: 4 ft by 1 1/2 x 1 1/2 ft..Using metal halide 20,000k Bulb single piece for reef tank lighting. Aquarium comes with 2 separate filtration tank (inside the reef tank and not bottom sump tank) for the filtration. Comes with 2 low power consumption protein skimmer..
Advice: Be patient..takes your every step slowly when setting up the tank as every step is important..it will be late to readjust the tank settings after all the live rocks, fishes, corals and invertebrates are in place..Buy the fishes responsibly...
Fish Kept: - Brand new setup tank this month..Its my upgrade after my success in my 2ft FOWLR Tank.
Corals/Plants: - To be announced after everything is in place...
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Quote: Life is short, enjoy your life to the fullest..
About Yourself: - Just a normal Asian who likes keeping pets..

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