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Photo Caption: one of the pics of my tank
140 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - one of the pics of my tank

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Country: Estonia
Description: A tank with a lots of sand, coraline algae, fishs, snails, babelones, green lone hair algae, red algae, an african leather coral, some mushrooms, some recordeas and a bunch of hard coral.
Advice: Keep the system very stable, that's all you need to do, stability, they hate changes, and they die to demonstrate their point.
Fish Kept: Let go, sometimes fish dying is just inevitatble.
Corals/Plants: coral keeping is not a hobby, it's basically a contraversal, irresponsible, tiring, disturbance, live killing, money sucking black hole. It's a terribly sorry thing that one can ever have. My advise don't start it.
Tank Size: 140 gallons
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