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29 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish)

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 29 Gallon reef with 15 gallon refugium.
Advice: Read... read.... and read some more. Spend the extra 2 hours late at night and do the research before you buy. Saves you money and may save a creatures life.
Fish Kept: True Percula, Black Percula, Purple File Fish, Red stripe angel fish, coral banded shrimp, and skunk cleaner shrimp. As well as 10 blue legged hermits and 1 scarlet hermit.
Corals/Plants: Rose Bubble tip, Carnation Anemone, Green Star Polyps, branching Hammer coral, 2 Flower pots (one just had 2 babbies!!!) corcera clam, misc mushrooms, bubble coral, kenya tree, feather dusters, electric scalop.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: People sleep peacefully in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf." -- George Orwell "
About Yourself: Air Force Special Ops.... love it and wouldnt trade if for the world.

COMMENTS

Dude I admire that tank I have a 29g in progress!! Hope all is well. help a firefighter out bro make mine look like that!! fish avatar
thinking of making my 29 into saltwater after seeing yours...gatta ask how much u put into it? fish avatar
i like ur tank alot its amazing fish avatar

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