Photo #2 - 75 Gallon, Live Rock And Sand, Feather Duster, Fr...

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Photo Caption: 75 gallon, live rock and sand, feather duster, frog spawn, blue hippo, clowns, canary wrasse, sleeper goby, flame angel, banner fish, blood shrimp, 1 anomone shrimp, snails and a crab
75 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - Various fish
75 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 75 gallon, live rock and sand, feather duster, frog spawn, blue hippo, clowns, canary wrasse, sleeper goby, flame angel, banner fish, blood shrimp, 1 anomone shrimp, snails and a crab

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 75 gallon, 48wx18hx16w, live rock, live sand, wet/dry trickle filter w bio balls, protine skimmer, atinic lighting.
Advice: have equal amounts of patience and money. if you're short on either, forget it.
Fish Kept: 2 balck and white clowns, 2 p clowns, 1 bannerfish, 1 sleeper goby, 1flame angel, 1 canary wrasse, 1 blue hippo, 2 blood shrimp, 1 anomone shrimp, 1 crab, various snails and cleaner crabs
Corals/Plants: 1 frog spawn, 1 feather duster
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: Never Grow Up
About Yourself: had a small freshwater tank, retired and wanted more variety and color.

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beautiful rock work,how is it that your sand is so white? fish avatar

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