Photo #1 - My Saltwater Tank, Soon To Be Reef Tank.

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Photo Caption: My saltwater tank, soon to be reef tank.
55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My saltwater tank, soon to be reef tank.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Way too much money.
Advice: Research everything, buy good lights, keep it clean.
Fish Kept: 30 lbs of live sand, 30 lbs figi rock, 2 percula clowns, 2 ornage diamond gobies, 2 blue damsels, 1 yellow tang, 1 banded shrimp, 1 sand sifting starfish, 1 bulb tip anemone, 10 snails (assorted), 10 hermit crabs (assorted).
Corals/Plants: mushroom coral, frog spawn coral, trumpet coral, and a xenia coral,
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Buy the ticket, take the ride.
About Yourself: 25, married for year, a lot of my spare money goes into my tank just because I can sit and watch it for hours. Had fresh water tanks since I was a kid and now it's time to get a grown ups tank. I want to go bigger soon, but it's an expensive hobby.

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