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Photo Caption: 90 Gallon FOWLR.....only a half a year old, so its got some more thriving to do still...lol
90 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 90 Gallon FOWLR.....only a half a year old, so its got some more thriving to do still...lol

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Country: Canada
Description: 90 Gallons FOWLR....blue hippo tang, gold strippe maroon clown, six-line, yellow tang, and many other little things...lol
Advice: read and resist the urge to buy something your not sure on, do not harm these animals if you can....be sure of what your doing
Fish Kept: everything you can possibly dream, ive taken care of.....i used to work in marine fish importing.
Corals/Plants: same as above, but a little less knowledgable on hard corals
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: is that nemo?

COMMENTS

nicee :>) fish avatar
nice aquarium how much did it cost fish avatar
i really like the rock work. how much live rock do you have? the live rock is very colorful. fish avatar

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