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130 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 72*18*18 size tank with soft corals,live rocks,anemones..4 types of clown,damsel,gobies cover the tank..2 MH 2 moonlit,insump skimmer,2 wavemakers,diffuser endore my tank...enjoy
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Photo Caption: 72*18*18 size tank with soft corals,live rocks,anemones..4 types of clown,damsel,gobies cover the tank..2 MH 2 moonlit,insump skimmer,2 wavemakers,diffuser endore my tank...enjoy
130 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 72*18*18 size tank with soft corals,live rocks,anemones..4 types of clown,damsel,gobies cover the tank..2 MH 2 moonlit,insump skimmer,2 wavemakers,diffuser endore my tank...enjoy

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Country: India
Description: 72*18*18 size tank with soft corals,live rocks,anemones..4 types of clown,damsel,gobies cover the tank..2 MH 2 moonlit,insump skimmer,2 wavemakers,diffuser endore my tank...enjoy
Advice: patience,caring,dedication
Fish Kept: clown,damsel,gobies,mullet
Corals/Plants: daisy,elephant,acropora,leather,brain,tree etc
Tank Size: 130 gallons
Quote: Ultimate Reef
About Yourself: In this hobby for 25 yrs

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