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Photo Caption: This small 20 gallon tank takes much maintence but is totally worth it!!! My clownfish actually adapted to the Pink Tip Anemone as you can see in the pictures i have. VERY RARE! Plus i have 8 baby starfish that appered in my tank after my big starfish died.
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20 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - This small 20 gallon tank takes much maintence but is totally worth it!!! My clownfish actually adapted to the Pink Tip Anemone as you can see in the pictures i have. VERY RARE! Plus i have 8 baby starfish that appered in my tank after my big starfish died.

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: This small 20 gallon tank takes much maintence but is totally worth it!!! My clownfish actually adapted to the Pink Tip Anemone as you can see in the pictures i have. VERY RARE! Plus i have 8 baby starfish that appered in my tank after my big starfish died.
Advice: Research, research, and more research
Fish Kept: Pink Tip Anemone (1), Black Longspine Urchin (1), clown fish(1), starfish (8), damsel (1)
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 20 gallons

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