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Photo Caption: this is now with live rock, live coral two anemones bubble and sand. also has red shrimp(came with rock as did vey small starfish) 120gallon tank all doing well would now like couple more bits of rock and coral
200 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - this is now with live rock, live coral two anemones bubble and sand. also has red shrimp(came with rock as did vey small starfish) 120gallon tank all doing well would now like couple more bits of rock and coral

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: tangs Yellow and regal. clown, damsel spotted and yellow tailed
Advice: enjoy looking and don't fiddle too much. dont panic!
Fish Kept: have bred african cichlids, community freshwater tropical, faves are dwarf rams, and chromides
Corals/Plants: have not kept live coral, saves fish and money, and allows great fish to survive. might have a go later
Tank Size: 200 gallons
Quote: the answer is 42!

COMMENTS

Not really a reef tank. More of a fish only. But nice try fish avatar

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