Our fish tank is at the heart of A&I Wealth Management.
The tank is 500 gallons and weighs several tons.
The sand alone weighs over 400 lbs!
The "fish closet" produces more than 150 gallons of fresh seawater every week.
The sea coral are "farmed" from and to other fish tanks in Colorado!
Scroll down to "sea" and learn fun facts about the fish, coral and other inhabitants.
Our Purple Tang will grow up to 10 inches long. He is the largest fish in our tank. He likes to eat, but he is still a fast swimmer!
We have 10 Green Chromis. They are peaceful, active and inquisitive. They are very likely to check you out when you peek in the tank!
The orange fish grow to about 5 inches long. All of them are females except one male, who is a little darker and has a spike on his back.
What kind of fish only comes out at night? A starfish!
Our Hawkfish cannot float! Although he can swim fast when he wants to eat. Usually you will see him hang on the coral. He is meditative and calm.
Clownfish have a symbiotic relationship with poisonous anemone. Clownfish fertilize the anemone. All Clownfish are born male, and some change their sex. Once they become female, they cannot become male again. We have a pair of Clownfish, one female and one male.
Powder Blue Tang
Powder Blue Tang
Our Powder Blue Tang will grow up to 14 inches long and live up to 10 years old. He is sure that he is the best looking fish in the tank.
We have 6 of the Lyretail Anthias and they will grow up to 6 inches long. Right now, they are tiny. They are our smallcap fish.
Yellow Coris Wrasse
The Golden Rainbowfish is a friendly, fast garbage man. He eats invertebrates and other pests. He will grow up to 5 inches long and may live 10 years.
The Leopard Wrasse is beautiful but hard to photograph. When he is scared, he will bury himself in the sand.
The most yellow fish in our tank, the foxface rabbit fish taxis around eating algae and hanging around the corral.
Our Sailfish Tang is a happy, beautiful fish. However, all the Tang have very sharp scales at the base of their tails. When threatened, they can swim backwards, raising these scales like a knife!
Our Sea Urchin is funny. He grabs shells and hides underneath them.
We have 3 cleaner shrimp. The fish swim over to shrimp rock and hold still while the shrimp pick the junk off the scales. Just like a car wash, only it is a fish-wash!
The Sunburst Anemone is huge! His tentacles are painful to the fish and shrimp. Every day he moves around his island. He changes colors from bright red to cool blue and green.
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