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State: Massachusetts
Country: United States
Description: 4 feet long , 1 and a half feet wide, aqua clear filter very good quality a little technical to set up but worth the time, visi therm stealth heater very easy one dial setting and leave the rest to the heater to do, maxi-jet 1200 power head very easy set up and pretty good power. 48 inch metal hailade lighting blue actinicts and moon lights
Advice: ok when you get your tank its going to be very exciting and your going to want to but a fish as soon as possible. BE PACIENTTT!! When i got my tank i rushed everything and baught a $80 dollar fish and died within the week. the next day i find out my water level was to low and i had to many bubbles. Now if i waited and did my research i wouldnt have flushed $80 bucks down the drain. So start out with low expensive fish so wen something goes wrong, u havent lost a lot of ur hard earned money.
Fish Kept: over $250 of live rock, peppermint shrimps hermit crabs, brittle star, heneoukus, 2 ocellarus clown fish, 5 green chromis. now because i had little experience im down to one chromis and the two clownfish but i have all my problems resolved and i am ready for more fish.
Corals/Plants: star polyps, leather
Tank Size: 75 gallons

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