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saltwater fish - amphiprion clarkii - clarkii clownfish stocking in 70 gallons tank - my crazy clown in his house

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Country: South Africa
Description: 70 gallon tank, 1.2mx0.5mx0.45m, open lidded tank, 3 litting tubes, protein skimmer, normal filtration system
Advice: find a well paying job, or marry rich, or sell your car if you would like to keep this as your hobby!!!!!
Fish Kept: 1 clarkis clown, 1 twin sppotted wrass, 2 blue cromis, 2 fire gobbies, 1 benggail cardinal, 1 mydass blennie,1 blue cheeked gobie,1 bi-coloured blennie.
Corals/Plants: purple mushrooms, flower pot, galaxy, cabbage, orange sponge, carpet anenamie, 2 pin cusions, sinularia, donutt, giant polups
Tank Size: 70 gallons
Quote: fish are friends, not food!
About Yourself: 21 year old architecture student, living in south africa, my friends think i am crazy, but i love this hobby and will keep on doing it.

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