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600 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 6ft a few fish and a few coarls have a look for your self

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Country: Australia
Description: well its a 600 lt tank i dont know what that is in gallones cus im not from the usa i have 2 eham drum fillters and a littel fillter in side the tank i have 2 white marine lights and a coarl star linght (blue)i dont have a protone skimer cus you dont have to have 1 i have a uv light as welland a bubble rater as well custem made hood and stand
Advice: be prepeard to lose fish it takes a bit to get yous to it so be pashent
Fish Kept: 1 tomoto clow 3 spenish dancers 1 blue damsels 2 pockadot crabs 4 humback damsels 1 angel fish and 2 puffer fish
Corals/Plants: a have 2 brain corals but dont know the name i have 5 annames (clow fish homes) lol dont really have that much corals
Tank Size: 600 gallons
Quote: con pear your live to mine then kill your self
About Yourself: well i started with a 1 ft salt water fish tank for 2 years and then 1 got a 6 ft i love saltwater fish my dad helps me heps so yer

COMMENTS

To find out gallons, measure the tank in inches(6x2x2=72x24x24)then multiply that by .004329 and you have gallons. Hope that helps, peace! fish avatar

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