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State: Idaho
Country: United States
Description: 75G tank with about 100 lbs of live sand and about 120 pounds of live rock, lots of corals
Advice: learn what you can before you start...... listen to everyone, not just one person..... start off slow... and have fun with it.
Fish Kept: XXL Longtip Anemone (white w/ purple tips, about the size of a dinner plate), sailfin tang, scopas tang, banded coral shrimp, cleaner shrimp, 35-30 blue legged hermit crab, red legged hermit, about 30-40 baby feather dusters, 3 XL turbo snail, 5 black and brown baby turbos, 25-30 nassarius snails, 20-25 sand sifting snails, condylactis anemone, purple tip hatian anemone, baby brittle stars
Corals/Plants: lots....need to update....
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: If practice makes perfect, and nobodys perfect, then why practice?

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