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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 48" x 18" x 20"
Advice: Live in Florida....buy your fish slowly do not over populate. choose between agressive tanks or peaceful tanks. buy your fish online if you don't want to get ripped off on the price.
Fish Kept: Blue Tang, Yellow Tang, Blue Angelfish, 6 Blue Damsels, 30 Blue Legged Crabs, 15 Red Legged Crabs, 10 Cerith Snails, 12 Nassurlius Snails, 10 Mexican Turbo Snails
Corals/Plants: About to start adding corals once I get the money for the lights and skimmer.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: im a college student and i wish i was going for marine biology but instead becoming an architect. I live in Texas it is very hard to find good fish for a good price.

COMMENTS

Hey looks nice!!I live in TEXAS because of the army!!lol..But anyway i use liverock and fake corals!!Looks great.We have a lot of the same things in our tanks!!Good Job!! fish avatar
yo broskie, this tank is pretty sick yo. I have a 36 gallon tank and I'm also using some fake decor. I will want to upgrade to a 75 gallon in the future to keep bigger fish and this is almost exactly to what I want my tank to look like. great job dude. fish avatar
nice tank, are those real or fake corals nice job fish avatar

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