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Submitted By: Joe Stix on
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90 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - my tank

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: Majestic Angel, volitan lion, sailfin tank, purple tang, clown trigger, Vtail grouper, naso tank, magnificent foxface, Maroon Clownfish. 50lbs of liverock
Advice: dont get into this hobby unless you have lots of money
Fish Kept: Majestic Angel, volitan lion, sailfin tank, purple tang, clown trigger, Vtail grouper, naso tank, magnificent foxface, Maroon Clownfish.
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: I've seen dumber people do smarter things.
About Yourself: hello

COMMENTS

You don't need alot of money just time and a way to save for the things you need. fish avatar
wow, I thought clown triggers were way too aggressive to add with the other fish you have. nice!!! how'd you do it??? fish avatar
love the fish and the rock work.. might be time to start looking for an upgrade, especially with all those big fish in there fish avatar
wow ! ur tank is not only great but ur fiish LOVE IT !! good work - :) fish avatar

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