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90 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Under the sea, in the living room.

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Country: Canada
Description: 4 foot long tank, 2 feet deep. 14000K Phoenix 250 watt Metal Halides. 140lbs live rock. 20 gallon sump with refugium. Protein skimmer.
Advice: Take care of your fish. Water changes will keep that water crystal clear. Do not OVERFEED
Fish Kept: -Blue Hippo Tang -2 Clown fish -Yellow Tang -Fire Angel -Royal Gamma Baselett -2 Yellow tail damsels -Pink spotted goby -Sally lightfight crab -2 Chromis -Bengai Cardinal -Few hermit crabs and turbo snails. All in great shape and get along, for the most part.
Corals/Plants: -Green torch Coral -Green Zoa -Finger Leather Coral -Elegance Coral -Toadstool Coral -Flower Pot Coral
Tank Size: 90 gallons

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