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Photo Caption: Updated photo 12/3/2013
67 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Updated photo 12/3/2013

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Jewel rio 300ltr, t5 lighting, ehiem 2224 filter, 2x power heads, V2 400 skimmer, ozone, 50mg/hr.
Advice: Be patient, let the tank mature, don't rush to put loads of fish in and just remember the size the fish can grow to and the type of fish it is "reef safe" or not!!! Plus always ensure best water quality you keep the water clean your fish will thrive aling with corals etc!!
Fish Kept: Scopas Tang, Yellowtail Damselfish, Sailfin/Algae Blenny, Purple Pseudochromis, Cleaner Wrasse, Yellow Wrasse, True Percula Clownfish, True Percula Clownfish, Six Line Wrasse, Six Line Wrasse
Corals/Plants: Loads of soft corals
Tank Size: 67 gallons
Quote: What will be, will be!!!

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