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Photo Caption: 29 gallon, 2 penguin200, 2 rio powerheads, 65watt power compacts with moonlights, 1 heater up and running about 9 months now, pair of golden maroones, coral beauty, sixline wrasse, 2 blood shrimp, 2 pistol shrimps, 3 starfish, a dozen hermits and snails, zoos, flowerpot, anemone, leather, clam
29 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 29 gallon, 2 penguin200, 2 rio powerheads, 65watt power compacts with moonlights, 1 heater up and running about 9 months now, pair of golden maroones, coral beauty, sixline wrasse, 2 blood shrimp, 2 pistol shrimps, 3 starfish, a dozen hermits and snails, zoos, flowerpot, anemone, leather, clam

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 29 gallon, 2 penguin200, 2 rio powerheads, 65watt power compacts with moonlights, 1 heater up and running about 9 months now.
Advice: be patient
Fish Kept: pair of golden maroones, coral beauty, sixline wrasse, 2 blood shrimp, 2 pistol shrimps, 3 starfish, a dozen hermits and snails
Corals/Plants: zoos, flowerpot, anemone, leather, clam
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: who would of thought?

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