32g Octo Getting back in the swing of things

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Hey guys, had this octo 32 up and running for a little over a year now. Nothing too crazy just getting back in the swing of things after being away for a few year, looking to upgrade to possibly a Red Sea 350 or maybe a 425. Also have a 16g bio cube that is the bedroom tank and also the girlfriends (might as well be mine since I’m maintaining it) here’s a few pictures, enjoy! Last image will be how it sits today
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Haven’t updated in a little while so here we go. Back about 2 months ago I had a near tank crash using aqua Forrest salt, idk If I had bought a bad batch or what happened but I nearly lost everything in the tank. My Scopas tang died along with a few Anthias, the two clowns and purple dottyback survived. Many of the corals receded and nearly died, a few of them did die off. Now to the good stuff the tank is back and better than ever after switching to tropic Marin pro. Attached are updated pictures taken recently enjoy!
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