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20 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - Has a Sea Clone 150, Uv Turbo Twist, and a Hang On Filter Emperor 280. Live rock , live sand and 5 Tipes of Gobys 1 Blennie. Has 4 24" T5
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Photo Caption: Has a Sea Clone 150, Uv Turbo Twist, and a Hang On Filter Emperor 280. Live rock , live sand and 5 Tipes of Gobys 1 Blennie. Has 4 24" T5
20 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - Has a Sea Clone 150, Uv Turbo Twist, and a Hang On Filter Emperor 280. Live rock , live sand and 5 Tipes of Gobys 1 Blennie. Has 4 24" T5

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Country: Puerto Rico
Description: Has a Sea Clone 150, Uv Turbo Twist, and a Hang On Filter Emperor 280. Live rock , live sand and 5 Tipes of Gobys 1 Blennie
Advice: Read a lot
Fish Kept: Yellow Clown Goby, Green Clown Goby, Regular CLown Goby, BLack Clown Goby , White Sleeper Goby and a Red Lip Blennie
Corals/Plants: n/a
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: Life id Full Of Wonders
About Yourself: I have been in this hobby for like 4yr. This is not an easy hobby but if your willing to learn it becomes easy.

COMMENTS

pretty nice tank i like the rock work alot. !! :) fish avatar
how are your gobies ok together? fish avatar

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