Photo #2 - New In Wall Tank, Unfinished Cabinet

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130 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - New in wall tank, unfinished cabinet

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 130 gallon through wall FOWLR tank, internal overflow with twin 40mm overflows and twin 20mm returns, ehiem compact 5000 return pump, 1000gph internal circulation, wet/dry trickle filter with protein skimmer and phosban reactor, running diy dimmable led lighting, with t5 aqua blue plus for moonlight
Advice: Plan well ahead, you will only change your mind later, could be costly.
Fish Kept: 3 clownfish, 2 yellow tailed damsels, 1 hippo tang, 1 yellow tang,1 blonde naso tang, 1 adult emporer angelfish,5 Blue/Green Chromis, 1Zebra Bar Goby, 2 blue cheek sandsifters, 1 4 spot wrasse, 2 cleaner shrimp, bunch of blue legged hermits and bunch of snails
Corals/Plants: artificial decorations, also my rockwork is home made, using live rock and expanding foam, there are threads on the internet on how this is done
Tank Size: 130 gallons
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Where did you get the artificial decorations from they look amazing compared to everything I've seen available on the market? fish avatar

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