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Photo Caption: 125 gal tank with 88 lbs of live rock, 90lbs live sand, 20 gal wet/dry filter, protien skimmer, 110 powerhead, and 4-50 watt compact flouresents.2 maroon clownfish, humu humu trigger, niger trigger, scopas tang, yellow tang, 1 long tenticle anemone, 1 rose anemone, and 200 snails.
125 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 125 gal tank with 88 lbs of live rock, 90lbs live sand, 20 gal wet/dry filter, protien skimmer, 110 powerhead, and 4-50 watt compact flouresents.2 maroon clownfish, humu humu trigger, niger trigger, scopas tang, yellow tang, 1 long tenticle anemone, 1 rose anemone, and 200 snails.

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 125 gal tank with 88 lbs of live rock, 90lbs live sand, 20 gal wet/dry filter, protien skimmer, 110 powerhead, and 4-50 watt compact flouresents.
Advice: Be perpared to fork out some dough. Read up on saltwater fish and tanks, it's requires alot of timely maintenance! Talk to people that have been doing saltwater tanks for awhile.
Fish Kept: 2 maroon clownfish, humu humu trigger, niger trigger, scopas tang, yellow tang, 1 long tenticle anemone, 1 rose anemone, and 200 snails
Corals/Plants: 1 Long Tenticle Anemone and 1 Rose Anemone
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: Find a different hobby.

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