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125 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 125 G with over 100 pounds live rocks.30G sump. ASM G 2 skimmer.with various fishes Queen, Flame, Naso Tang, Blue face, fox face, nemos, dories, box...etc.......
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Photo Caption: 125 G with over 100 pounds live rocks.30G sump. ASM G 2 skimmer.with various fishes Queen, Flame, Naso Tang, Blue face, fox face, nemos, dories, box...etc.......
125 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 125 G with over 100 pounds live rocks.30G sump. ASM G 2 skimmer.with various fishes Queen, Flame, Naso Tang, Blue face, fox face, nemos, dories, box...etc.......

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Country: Canada
Description: 125 G with over 100 pounds live rocks.30G sump. ASM G 2 skimmer.with various fishes
Advice: do it slowly
Fish Kept: various fishes: Queen, Flame, Naso Tang, Blue face, fox face, nemos, dories, box...etc.......
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 125 gallons
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nice choice of fish and i like how you set up your rocks nice tank fish avatar
this is beautiful!!! classic! fish avatar

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