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Description: Dimensions: 9ft x 4.5ft x 3 ft
Advice: Dont try this if you are poor.
Fish Kept: 2 Blue Hippo Tangs, 1 Parrot fish, 6 Large seahorses, 2 Cinnamon Clownfish, 4 Pink Skunk Clownfish, 4 Orange Clownfish, 10 Fire Prawns, 20 Assorted starfish, 1 Dogface Puffer fish, 2 Moorish Idol Butterfly fish, 1 Orbiculate Batfish, 2 Clarkii Clownfish, 5 Saddleback Clownfish, 1 Hermet Crab, 2 oriental sweetlips, 2 Spotted Sweetlips, 4 Half Black Angelfish, 2 Yellow Pygmy angelfish, 10 Domino Damsels, 1 Pearlscale Butterfly fish, 1 Splendid Dottyback, 1 Samurai Squirrel Fish, 10 Camelback Shrimp, softback snails, about 15 other random small fish not worth mentioning and about 6 fish I have never seen before that I cant find names for.
Corals/Plants: 10 Various Long Tentacle Anemone, 15 Daisy Corals, 10 Maxima Clams, 500lbs of Live rock, 300lbs of Dead Coral base, Large Pink Mushrooms,
Tank Size: 700 gallons

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so being that you have 6 fish you havent seen before, im guessing you had this professionalyl set up, maintained and stocked with fish etc? it's really awesome. fish avatar

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