Photo #2 - Custom Built Around Staircase Saltwater Reef Tank...

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Photo Caption: Custom built around staircase saltwater reef tank. Difficult dimensions due to its half circle shape. About 250 gallons. Many fish kept over the years from angel fish to nurse sharks and octopuses. Just started filling it up again.
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250 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - Custom built around staircase saltwater reef tank. Difficult dimensions due to its half circle shape. About 250 gallons. Many fish kept over the years from angel fish to nurse sharks and octopuses. Just started filling it up again.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Custom built around staircase saltwater reef tank. About 250 gallons. Many fish kept over the years from angel fish to nurse sharks and octopuses
Advice: Watch temperature and ph.
Fish Kept: nurse sharks, eels, puffers, lion fish, sea horses, tangs..etc etc.
Corals/Plants: various
Tank Size: 250 gallons

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