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46 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My very 1st Rookie Tank

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State: Minnesota
Country: United States
Description: 46 Gallon Bowfront, Prime 1/10th Hp Chiller, Coralife Protien Skimmer, Penguin Biowheel Filter (up to 75 gal), Coralife Sterilizer 3x, 2 maxi-jet powerheads
Advice: take your time and do your research, living organisms depend on you!
Fish Kept: 2 False Percula Clowns, 1 Hippo-Tang, 1 Coral Beauty Angel, 1 Lawnmower Blenny, 1 Sand Sifting Goby, 1 Fromia Monalis Starfish, 1 Cleaner Shrimp, 1 Conch, Snails and Hermit Crabs
Corals/Plants: 3 Bubble TIp Anemone, Umbrella Xenia, Atlantic Pink Tip Anmone, Neon Green Favia,Yellow Leather, Sun Polyps, Green Star Polyps, 3 Kenya Tree Corals, Green Zoanithids
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: Unit 91 do you need my assistence?
About Yourself: 1/1/06 I decided to jump into the hobby and am truly addicted. Im a real estate agent and also work in a grocery store. I love to educate people on the joy of owning a saltwater fish tank, and help them out the best i can.

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