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Photo Caption: 20 lbs of indonesian live rock, 5 lbs of premium fiji live rock, 2 fake corals and a regular painted rock. Fish: 3 yellow tail damsels, 2 clowns and 2 green something.
60 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - my fish tank two years later
60 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 20 lbs of indonesian live rock, 5 lbs of premium fiji live rock, 2 fake corals and a regular painted rock. Fish: 3 yellow tail damsels, 2 clowns and 2 green something.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 60 gallon acrylic, clear for life, fish tank with a twin fluorescent light, xp2 canister filter, skimmer, heater, emperor 400 filter, 40 lbs of crushed coral,.two fake coral branches and a fake bridge rock design.
Advice: You are going to spend lots of money. They are much more difficult to take care of than fresh water fish.
Fish Kept: 7 fish
Corals/Plants: 20 lbs indonesian live rock and 5 lbs of fiji primium live rock.
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Quote: Why do things tomorrow when you can do it today!
About Yourself: College student and full time worker who loves to come home and watch his fish swim.

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