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Photo Caption: 120 gal full reef saltwater tank. 150 lbs of live fiji rock. Tons of live coral.Huge clam! 2x 175 watt 10,000k meta halides. 2x 96 watt 10,000k compact flourescents, protien skimmer, Ultraviolet starlizer.
120 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 120 gal full reef saltwater tank. 150 lbs of live fiji rock. Tons of live coral.Huge clam! 2x 175 watt 10,000k meta halides. 2x 96 watt 10,000k compact flourescents, protien skimmer, Ultraviolet starlizer.

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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Advice: Be patient and dont be afraid to ask questions.
Fish Kept: Unicorn tang, Naso tang, Yellow tang, Sailfin tang, Blue hippo tang, 2 damsels, Banded hawk fish, Brittle star, tons of snails and crabs
Corals/Plants: Brain Coral, 2 open brains, Leather coral, frogspawn, candy coral, button pollips, avioaporia, bubble coral, Lots of mushrooms, 3 clams, 1 is huge and tons of others.
Tank Size: 120 gallons
Quote: Dont tap on the GLASS!
About Yourself: I love this hobby!

COMMENTS

omg change those 10ks out right now! it looks terrible, you need 14-15k, get some blue! that clam rules though. fish avatar

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