Photo #1 - Australian Reef Tank On Pole Support

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Photo Caption: Australian reef tank on pole support
300 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Australian reef tank on pole support

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Country: Australia
Description: Custom designed built and installed pole mounted tank 2800 x 850 x 850 curved front Custom built filter, ghl mitra lighting, tunze pumps, deltec skimmer and reactors and fully controlled by the ghl profilux system.
Advice: Get the right advise and do some research before you you just buy a product and you get what you pay for.
Fish Kept: Kole Yellow Eye Tang, Yellow Belly Regal Blue Tang, Flame Angelfish, Flame Hawkfish, Sleeper Gold Head Goby, Royal Gramma Basslet, Green Mandarin, True Percula Clownfish
Corals/Plants: Mixed Australian corals and inverts.
Tank Size: 300 gallons
Quote: If people say it can't be done its means they don't know how to do it.
About Yourself: Custom aquarium builder and installer in Australia. Building people's dreams and making them a reality when others say it can't be done.

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What an amazing example of what can be accomplished by experienced people. fish avatar

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