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Old 03-10-2004, 08:14 PM   #31
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I know mr4000 supposedly took his tank down due to issues of internal rotting out of his house.
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Old 03-10-2004, 08:33 PM   #32
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Yeah, it was the humidity in his home cause of all the water. Could you imagine how muggy it would be in your house 8O

BTW, my apologies for doubting, I do doubt it, but I should have kept tthose thoughts to myself.
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what is the link to the 4000 gallon tank. I couldn't find it. Also i think it was reefcentral a while back that a user was saying that he was build some insanely huge tank into his house and he would have to hire a guy just for the tank and all this. It was going to be just huge i guess. Anyone heard abou this?
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He took the site down when he took the tank down.
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Old 03-10-2004, 10:51 PM   #35
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Its a 25,000 gallon tank! Sucker is huge! Everytime we go there and eat I just stare into the thing.

Near the bottom of the page they have a live webcam set up. Unfortunately there is not a wide shot of the tank so you can't actually get a good reference point to how big it is. But the glass panels go up at least 7 feet and it is extremely wide.

Next time I go there for dinner I will snap some shots of my own.
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tagging along, Is there a way to subscribe to a thread without posting to it?
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Speaking of monster tanks. Anyone ever been to Atlantis in Bahamas? Has to be one of the biggest aquariums in the world. If you want to call it an aquarium. I believe they are the only ones with a manta ray in captivity. Sucker is about the size of a car with a wingspan of 10'. The aquarium pretty much lines the hotel. So no matter where you are in the hotel, you can look into the aquarium. What a sight to see.

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Its a 25,000 gallon tank! Sucker is huge! Everytime we go there and eat I just stare into the thing.

Near the bottom of the page they have a live webcam set up. Unfortunately there is not a wide shot of the tank so you can't actually get a good reference point to how big it is. But the glass panels go up at least 7 feet and it is extremely wide.

Next time I go there for dinner I will snap some shots of my own.
Sorry, when I said privately owned I should have said individually owned and in someones home.
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