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Country: Puerto Rico
Description: Pro serie Sea life system Filtartion system(75 g mini reef w/ skimmer)Lifeguard ultraviolet system 40watt 48"Coralife double strip light w/actnic flourecent blue light.Artica Titanium Chiller 1/4 HP. To have succefull and healthy saltwater tank, passion with sealife,and biweekly maintanance
Advice: I bought my fishtank two years ago,and i didnt know how hard it was to have a little piece of the ocean in my house,but it was one of my dreams and i finally achieved my dream,i made lots of mistakes at first and i also lost lots of fishes,but i learned alot of my mistakes and i keep learning and now im going to have another 55 gal.tank with carnivore fishes...Dont give up if you love this hobby,its a dream if you acheive youre piece of ocean....(Good Luck))))
Fish Kept: I have 2 percula (clownfish) 1 yellow watchman goby,2 royal gramma,1 firefish, 1 yellow salfing tang,1 blue hippo tang (dory) 1 arquitect goby, 1 dragonets,1 yellow tang....1 cleaner shrimp and 1 blood red fire shrimp...
Corals/Plants: 90 lbs of live rock,live sand a few Marroon mushrooms, red cinarina coral,1 purple tip anemone,1purple oyster,1 bubble coral, 1 foxes coral, green neon pogoda coral ,3 feather dusters ,1 cauliflower colt coral,1 orange polyp...
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: DONT GIVE UP!!!!
About Yourself: IM A MASSAGE THERAPIST AND I OWN MY NATURAL SPA CLINIC IN PUERTO RICO,AND I LOVE THE OCEAN I GO TWICE A WEEK TO THE BEACH TO SNORKEL AND DIVE TO RELAX WATCHING UNDER THE SEA LIFE,I HAVE ONE OF MY FISHTANK IN THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE HOUSE AND NOW IM PREPARED TO PUT ANOTHER ONE IN MY SPA.

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