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Photo Caption: 72 Gallons Bow Front Tank with live rock, sand, 7 soft corals, 1 Beta Marine, 1 Yellow Tang, 1 Powder Blue, 1 Naso Tang, 1 White Gobi, 2 Clown Fish, 1 Starfish, 1 Anemona, 1 Feather Duster and a Clam.
72 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 72 Gallons Bow Front Tank with live rock, sand, 7 soft corals, 1 Beta Marine, 1 Yellow Tang, 1 Powder Blue, 1 Naso Tang, 1 White Gobi, 2 Clown Fish, 1 Starfish, 1 Anemona, 1 Feather Duster and a Clam.

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Country: Puerto Rico
Description: 72 Gallons Bow Front Tank equiped with Wet n' Dry Filter and Skimmer, 1/4 Arctic Chiller and UV Light Sterilizer. Contains live rock, soft corals, sand and fishes.
Advice: You better have a good amount of money for this Hobby cause it is very expensive, but if you enjoy it is worth the price.
Fish Kept: Beta Marine, Yellow Tang, Powder Blue, Naso Tang, White Gobi, 2 Clown Fish and a Starfish.
Corals/Plants: 7 Soft Corals, 1 Anemona and 1 Feather Duster and a Clam.
Tank Size: 72 gallons
Quote: None.
About Yourself: I'm a boat Captain and I love the sea and Marine Creatures. I mounted my saltwater tank about 9 months ago.

COMMENTS

Need a bigger tank for those tangs! fish avatar
esta chido tu baina, homble pelo como que le falta la arena abajo, o incluso el coral molido de otro color, le dalia una image mas bella !!! fish avatar

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