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Old 09-13-2011, 12:14 AM   #1
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I have a 75 gallon and wanted to add a snowflake eel, a small lionfish, and a small puffer. Is my tank big enough. Can i add anenomes or corals

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You could do a snowflake dwarf lion and a valentini/sharpnose puffer. Good Luck!!!!! Let us know how it turns out!!!!!
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I wouldn't add coral if your getting a puffer, if you did add coral i would try sps first, In a 75 gallon you could add all the above as long as you get a dwarf puffer, and lion. I've seen 75G tanks with up to 7 moderately sized fish, if your going with a predator tank, i would not add any coral thats just IMO, just make sure you watch your parameters and do a weekly 10% water change especially if your doing a predator tank due to the amount of waste they produce. You could possible add a small wrasse, or smaller tang as well. 75G are great starter predator tank. I would also add a skimmer to help with the waste. Hope this helps!
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Welcome to the website!
Please don't forget about the toxins in some corals (like zoas and palythoas)
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