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50 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - MY TANK

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: THIS TANK AND STAND BELONGED TO MY GRANDMA AND SHE HAD IT FOR 30+YRS AND ABOUT 12 OF THOSE IT HAD JUST BEEN SITTING "EMPTY". BUT IN FEBUARY OF THIS YEAR SHE PASSED AWAY AND IT GOT HANDED DOWN TO ME. I SANDED AND VARNISH THE STAND AND LIL BY LIL WORKED OUT ALL THE WATER STAINS ON THE GLASS, AND IN ABOUT MAY I FINALLY HAD WORKED UP ALL THE SUPPLIES I NEEDED AND I SET IT UP!! MY SET UP CONSIST OF, 1 CORALIFE 65WATT LIGHT-- 1 SEA CLONE 100 SKIMMER-- 1 AUQUA CLEAR 70 FILTER SYSTEM-- 1 AUQUA CLEAR 200 WATT HEATER
Advice: I REALY HAVE NO ADVICE BECAUSE IM JUST LEARNIG MYSELF. THIS IS MY FIRST SALTWATER AQUARIUM.
Fish Kept: 4LBS OF LIVE SAND- ABOUT 20LBS OF LIVE ROCK- 1 LONG TENICAL ANENOMY & 1 BUBBLE TIP ANENOMY- 2 LIL FALSE CLOWN FISH- 1 TOMATO CLOWN- 2 JADE CRABS- 1 LIMONPEEL ANGE-L 1 SPOTTED SLEEPER GOBY- 1 BI COLOR TANG- 1 HORSE SHOE CRAB- 4 ALAGE CLEANING SNAILS
Corals/Plants: NONE YET BUT I PLAN ON GETTING SOME
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: "JUST LET THE FISH SWIM"
About Yourself: IVE ALWAYS WANTED TO HAVE A SALTWATER AQUARIUM AND NOW IM DOIN IT

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