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Photo Caption: 125g 72'x18'x22' VHO lighting ARO Ballasts, 880watts URI bulbs, 2 Seio 2600's, 150-200lbs of live rock, 100 lbs of live sand, ASM G3 protein skimmer, 35 gallon sump, mag 12 return pump, sedra pump running the skimmer, lots of corals, 1 Clown tang, 2 Blue Hippo tangs, 2 false percula's, 1 tile fish, 2 dart goby's, 1 blue damsel, 1 singapore angel, 2 cleaner shrimp, 1 purple loster, 1 corrase wrasse, 1 green chromis, 2 sand sifting star fish, lots of crabs and snails Total Cost Aprox 8500$
125 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 125g 72'x18'x22' VHO lighting ARO Ballasts, 880watts URI bulbs, 2 Seio 2600's, 150-200lbs of live rock, 100 lbs of live sand, ASM G3 protein skimmer, 35 gallon sump, mag 12 return pump, sedra pump running the skimmer, lots of corals, 1 Clown tang, 2 Blue Hippo tangs, 2 false percula's, 1 tile fish, 2 dart goby's, 1 blue damsel, 1 singapore angel, 2 cleaner shrimp, 1 purple loster, 1 corrase wrasse, 1 green chromis, 2 sand sifting star fish, lots of crabs and snails Total Cost Aprox 8500$

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State: Idaho
Country: United States
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A VERY WELL KEPT TANK . CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR UNDERWATER ACHIEVMENT BUT HOW MUCH DID IT COST???? fish avatar

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