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Old 04-24-2004, 01:07 PM   #11
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LOL, I love the tank but I wouldnt go that extreme, the only way I would go that extreme is if I had $200,000+ that looks like it was very expensive to setup and electrical bill would be alot too, also considering waterchanges, also, is he rich????
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Wish I could see it in person.
Cool tank!!
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Old 04-24-2004, 09:17 PM   #13
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Well I went and Saw it in person and HOLY $&^* I was speachless.. I didn't even ask if I could take any pictures... But My GOD it was just amazing.. The entire thing is created out of 1" cell cast acrylic.. The light hood on sliding rails was just awesome... There was a HUGE A. Tort Colony... It was the most amazing tank I have ever seen... It felt when i was in the Viewing room as though I was in a Sub looking at the real ocean... His setup is just awesome.. I would Love to have a setup like that But I know I couldn't even afford the month Power bill to run all 12 400w MH lights... The tank and stuff could be saved up for but I know what my power bill is to run 2x 250w Mh lights, the tank and that is pretty expensive... It was probably the best thing that I have ever seen and the pictures even though they are good just doesnt do the tank the justice that it deserves... The tank is a Work of art from the ground up..

Steve, If you happen to read this Thanks Again for the awesome experience seeing this tank..

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Wow Awesome never seen anything like it.... Dreamy!
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