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Submitted By: Stefan on
Photo Caption: The best picture of my aquarium i could take with my iphone! LOL :)
35 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - The best picture of my aquarium i could take with my iphone! LOL :)

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Ranked #1033 out of 1581 reef tanks pictures worldwide
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The Average Score for this category is: 4.21

More Info

Country: Canada
Description: Red Sea Max
Advice: Start slow and make smart choices!!! :)
Fish Kept: mandarin goby eating frozen x 2, Flame angel, Bi-color Blenny, Ocellaris Clownfish x2
Corals/Plants: Lots of Cheato, Candy cane, Loads of Mushrooms, Ricordea, Anemone
Tank Size: 35 gallons
Quote: Give a man a fish he'll put it in his aquarium, teach a man to fish and the sea is his aquarium!
About Yourself: Work in a local pet store in vancouver and im only 15!

COMMENTS

hey, i thought i was alone im 14 and ahve been keepin fish for 5 years now. just got a biocube and also have a 55 freshwater fish avatar
Thanks, but this tank is no longer up and running.. It was my starter rank all fish were moved over to my 120 gal. Reef tank with a 50 gal. Sump a year ago and are doing fine.. p.s looks like u need to use RO water and more water changes, maybe a sea earch to get rid of the algae fish avatar

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