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120 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My Tank

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Country: India
Description: Size - 120G 4X2X2 Lights - 2X250 mh+2X54w t5 Skimmer SRO XP3000 2 X MP40 Ca reactor ATO with KW Reactor
Advice: Patience is the key. You cannot make a very beautiful tank in few months. Water parameters just get normal with time.
Fish Kept: Flame Angelfish, Yellow Tang, Blue & Yellow Hippo Tang, Blue/Green Reef Chromis, Tomato Clownfish, Bicolor Dottyback, Purple Dottyback
Corals/Plants: Acroporas and Montiporas
Tank Size: 120 gallons
Quote: Patience is the key.
About Yourself: HI, I am Archan a businessman from India. I am into this hobby for last 8 years and this is my latest tank 2 years old. When i was a schoolboy i was coming back from tennis lessons and on the way back home i saw a new fish store opened with a marine tank. Just rocks and a lion fish. I was soo amazed and took iron determination that i will do this one day. and the study begins. and now I am here.

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