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Photo Caption: My First saltwater tank, any suggestions? i have no clue what to do with the fossilized coral in the corner!
fish tank picture - My First saltwater tank, any suggestions? i have no clue what to do with the fossilized coral in the corner!

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: My 75 gallon tank 48-1/2 long by 21-1/2 high & 18-1/2 wide. Filtration: Fluval C4 powerfilter along with another Marineland powerfilter rated for a 45 gallon. I'm currently using the Stock fluorescent light fixture with a coralife 50/50 bulb.
Advice: I am a new Hobbyist !
Fish Kept: 2 yellow tail Damsels, and one Three-Striped Damsel along with 3 snails.
Corals/Plants: no corals yet since the tank is currently cycling and is only about a week and a half old.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: mkayyyyyyy : Jay Robinson
About Yourself: I have always been fascinated with fish and aquariums, i had my first Freshwater fish tank when i was about 7 and ever since then I've been hooked! i have always wanted to take on the challenge of a Saltwater Aquarium but wasn't to sure, but when i began to read about them and get deeper into the subject i just had to start my own. As you can tell i am all very very new to this so any type of help or advice would be greatly appreciated!

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