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75 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - New to the game. A 75 g

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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: Hangon sump with built in protein skimmer. homemade stand, lighting and hood. Went to Lowes and bought ballast and metal halides. spent less than 150$. 520 watts every thing is growing 4 now. 50 pounds live rock, 60 pounds live sand.
Advice: Take ur time, do it right the first time. Find a good fish store." Water changes". If somebody have advice about keeping tangs without icking ur tank out, please let me know?
Fish Kept: Ocellaris clown, six line wrasse, coral beauty angel, dragon goby, green chromis, purple somthing, 1 cleaner shrimp, 50 hermit crabs, 20 snails and 1 pom pom crab.
Corals/Plants: Mushrooms, polyps.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: U DO U
About Yourself: Built it all from scratch, tank was given to me.

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