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Photo Caption: 80 Gallon MarineLand Bow Front. Ocean Rocks, no live rocks. Fish collected straight from the ocean here in Bermuda: two yellow tangs, one reef butterfly fish, one orange spotted file fish, one scrawled file fish, one juvenile yellow tail damsel, one juvenile beau gregory, one banded puffer fish, and one goby
80 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 80 Gallon MarineLand Bow Front. Ocean Rocks, no live rocks. Fish collected straight from the ocean here in Bermuda: two yellow tangs, one reef butterfly fish, one orange spotted file fish, one scrawled file fish, one juvenile yellow tail damsel, one juvenile beau gregory, one banded puffer fish, and one goby

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Country: Bermuda
Description: 80 Gallon MarineLand Bow Front. Ocean Rocks, no live rocks. Fish collected straight from the ocean here in Bermuda: two yellow tangs, one reef butterfly fish, one orange spotted file fish, one scrawled file fish, one juvenile yellow tail damsel, one juvenile beau gregory, one banded puffer fish, and one goby
Advice: 1
Fish Kept: 1
Corals/Plants: 1
Tank Size: 80 gallons
Quote: 1

COMMENTS

It looks nice, bu why not sand? fish avatar
i like ur rock work alot i have never seen that before its cool because every one has like the same rock work Good Job !! :) fish avatar

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