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60 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - i miss it, its gone now. it all died after the lights went out and i was away for a month.....

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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: boy i really built the hood and lighting myself which includes 2 halides 175watts each and 4 t5 10000K and also a coralife 50 50 100w are all crammed in the hood
Advice: dont jumb the gun go slow
Fish Kept: quite a few different ones couldnt name them all by name am afraid i will mess up :)
Corals/Plants: also am not too familiar on the correct naames so dont want to make a fool of myself
Tank Size: 60 gallons
About Yourself: well this is my first tank, i built it on a budget and i really enjoyed this hobby too much, untill i went on a trip for a month and the lights went out and nobody was home so everything is now dead.... i miss it alot

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nice start, like the landscape fish avatar

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