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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: 72 bow front reef tank, power compacts, phosphate reactor, protein skimmer, uv filter, sump filter
Advice: Make sure you have plenty of time to take care of your tank and remember fast is slow :)
Fish Kept: yellow tang, hippo tang, 2 percula clownfish, tomato clown, 2 engineer gobies, midas blenny, lawnmower goby, fire fish goby, cleaner wrasse, yellow wrasse, sand sifter goby, pencil urchin, 2 flame scallops, blue clam, emerald crab, scarlet crabs, snails and a bristle star.
Corals/Plants: 2 Hammer Coral, 2 Torch Coral, 1 Sun Polyp, 1 Red Sea Fan, 2 Flower Pots (1 yellow, 1 purple), 2 Daisy Coral, 1 Xenia, 1 Toadstool Mushroom, Leather Coral, 1 White Thin Finger Leather Coral, 2 pieces of Hairy Mushrooms, 1 Pipe Organ, zoos, ball sponge
Tank Size: 72 gallons
Quote: You can never have a big enough tank!!!!

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Paracanthurus hepatus. Known as Hippo tang, Blue tang, Regal tang (in my experience) fish avatar
i think you are mistaking the regal tang for a hippo tang but other than that your tank looks totally awsome:):(:0;)<:( fish avatar

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