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Submitted By: Peggy on
Photo Caption: NEW TANK PIC
110 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - NEW TANK PIC

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Ranked #119 out of 571 saltwater fish tanks pictures worldwide
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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 1 chiller with single stage temperature controller, uv sterilzer, 3 power heads, 2 heaters, wet-dry filter, protein skimmer and partridge in a pear tree
Advice: Read your books, ask a lot of questions, and be prepaired to spend some money. If your planning on doing a saltwater tank, start out big! If you get a small tank it will be a matter of time and money before you go big! If doing fish only treat your tank with copper.
Fish Kept: 2 trigers, feather lip grooper, 2 porcupine puffers, emperor snapper, spoted red grooper, snowflake eel
Corals/Plants: dried corals
Tank Size: 110 gallons
Quote: were going streak'n!!

COMMENTS

what kind of rock is that fish avatar
I like the set up, but it looks more like a fresh water tank if it wasn't for the fish. Get some live rock and it will look better!! fish avatar
sweet setup dude fish avatar
very nice tank,cool!!!! fish avatar
thats one sexy tank fish avatar
pretty COol =P fish avatar

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