Photo #1 - Nice Picture Of Yellow Tang, And Clown Fish. I Re...

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Photo Caption: nice picture of yellow tang, and clown fish. i rearranged the tank as you can see. my niger trigger has been acting up bullying the tangs around so i decided to relocate his rock to the left side.
saltwater fish - zebrasoma flavescens - yellow tang - hawaii stocking in 75 gallons tank - nice picture of yellow tang, and clown fish. i rearranged the tank as you can see. my niger trigger has been acting up bullying the tangs around so i decided to relocate his rock to the left side.
75 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - MY TANK

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 72 bowfront tank with wooden stand, 75 lbs live rock, bermuda sand. - wet dry filter, up to 125gallon -custom overflow
Advice: make sure you have the money to upkeep and purchase the items needed for your fish's survival.
Fish Kept: 1 black/yellow fin damsel [small][been around since the beggining!, 1 picasso trigger[3 inches], 1 niger trigger[2 inches], 1 Klunzingeri wrasse[3 1/2 inches, 1 kole tang[2 inches], 1 yellow tang[3 inches],2 ocellarus clown fish[1 1/2 inches, 1 snowflake eel - 6 inches
Corals/Plants: 3 fake corals, i custom cut these corals , they were too large.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: a dime a dozen
About Yourself: a buddy of mine got me interested in salt water tanks. now i cant stop!

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