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Old 01-25-2012, 01:28 PM   #1
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I found this when I was looking up how to keep a healthy seahorse . I have a 110 gallon saltwater fish tank fish only with about 80 lbs of live rock this tank has held up well for the last 6 years I had it. Now I'm looking to start a new tank with seahorses any info on that would be great.
Thanks if anyone needs info on a fish only tank I might be able to help

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Don't know much about seahorses, but I'm following.
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