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Photo Caption: Live Rock, plants, coral, soft coral, hard coral, sea urchin, starfish, plants, arrow crab, clams, anenome's, feather duster, sponges.
60 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - Live Rock, plants, coral, soft coral, hard coral, sea urchin, starfish, plants, arrow crab, clams, anenome's, feather duster, sponges.

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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: smart light 48 in, fluval404 filtration system, glass aquarium,
Advice: Start with two Dansels after two days of filtering, approximately 2-3 weeks tank should be ready for liverock and other fish, it is the fastest way to start a tank.
Fish Kept: Fire angel, Fire fish, Dansel, Corals, Starfish, Urchin, Arrow crab, and a banded coral shrimp.
Corals/Plants: Plants-crinum natans, Coral- Diploastrea coral,
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Quote: I know huh
About Yourself: Love the fact that the life changes constantly, there are so many new things to see, had a previous tank, love the ocean life, it is a great hobby for relaxation purposes, and a wonderful stress reliever.

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