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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 125 Gallon 6ft, by 18w, 30 in tall, ... 2 XP 3's filled with live rock. one protien skimmer, 35 gallon sump tank. ECO-AQUALIZER, 2 powerheads, about 115 pounds of live rock and still growing, about 80 puonds of sand.
Advice: DONT GIVE UP. SH_T HAPPENS
Fish Kept: a couple dansels, Maroon clown, 2 big eels, 40 crabs, 10 turbo snails. chocolate star fish.
Corals/Plants: A FEW CORALS
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: WTF happen. Everything was fine yesterday.
About Yourself: 22 years old with girlfriend of 5 years and a awesome two year old son. Just a fun hobbie that we all enjoy especially my son...

COMMENTS

sweet tank i am almost about to get my 120 setup i was wondering if you had any good ideas about the things i should get. sweet tank thanks fish avatar
LOOKS FUCKIN TIGHT BIRD ! ! ! MUCH LOVE FOR THE BIG GUYS WITH BIG TANKS ! ! ! ! D fish avatar
great tank,great choice of critters. fish avatar
i love ur tank !! it seems like u have alot of eels. i have a zebra morey and wanted to get a snowflake but i wasnt sure the would get along - good job on the tank !!! fish avatar

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