Photo #1 - 65 Gallon Tank With Shrimp: Banded, Fire, Skunk, ...

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Photo Caption: 65 gallon tank with shrimp: banded, fire, skunk, 2 soft coral, 1 hard coral, 60lbs live rock 3" sand bed, 5 snails, 10-12 crabs, brittle star, scallop, 3 feather dusters, purple tipped anenome, 2 cucumbers, flame angel, purple firefish, 2 clark clowns, 1 bi-color blenny, 1 purple starfish.
reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 65 gallon tank with shrimp: banded, fire, skunk, 2 soft coral, 1 hard coral, 60lbs live rock 3" sand bed, 5 snails, 10-12 crabs, brittle star, scallop, 3 feather dusters, purple tipped anenome, 2 cucumbers, flame angel, purple firefish, 2 clark clowns, 1 bi-color blenny, 1 purple starfish.
corals inverts - condylactis gigantea - condy anemone - 65 gallon tank with shrimp: banded, fire, skunk, 2 soft coral, 1 hard coral, 60lbs live rock 3" sand bed, 5 snails, 10-12 crabs, brittle star, scallop, 3 feather dusters, purple tipped anenome, 2 cucumbers, flame angel, purple firefish, 2 clark clowns, 1 bi-color blenny, 1 purple starfish.

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State: Minnesota
Country: United States
Description: 65 gallon tank with shrimp: banded, fire, skunk, 2 soft coral, 1 hard coral, 60lbs live rock 3" sand bed, 5 snails, 10-12 crabs, brittle star, scallop, 3 feather dusters, purple tipped anenome, 2 cucumbers, flame angel, purple firefish, 2 clark clowns, 1 bi-color blenny, 1 purple starfish.

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