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Photo Caption: I have 75 gallon tank with 80 pounds of fuji live rock, and 80 pounds of crushed coral and live sand, fluval 305, emperor 400, titanium heater, venturi protein skimmer, 1 powersweep powerhead
75 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - I have 75 gallon tank with 80 pounds of fuji live rock, and 80 pounds of crushed coral and live sand, fluval 305, emperor 400, titanium heater, venturi protein skimmer, 1 powersweep powerhead

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: I have 75 gallon tank with 80 pounds of fuji live rock, and 80 pounds of crushed coral and live sand, fluval 305, emperor 400, titanium heater, venturi protein skimmer, 1 powersweep powerhead
Advice: be prepared to spend!! the little things make the biggest differences.
Fish Kept: only 1 damsel, more fish and invertabrate on the way
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: AWW COME ON, NOT AGAIN!!
About Yourself: I've always been a freshwater person so now I'm moving on to bigger and better things, tanks been running for about a month and a half. I feel there is no turning back now, I already invested to much money.

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