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Old 07-23-2003, 06:29 AM   #11
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Mike's tank is pictured here, it's the second post down, each face is 8 ft
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ooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhh, so pretty.

I love tangs in general..cant beat em!
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Great phish and very good foto. Do we have a FULL TANK shot anywhere?
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Old 07-23-2003, 07:05 PM   #14
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My post (2 above yours, has a link to the full tank shot, several of them actually, check it out, it is a magnificent tank
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wow!!!!!!!!!!!!! you have a school of black and white heniochus.. how lucky!!!.. and they look like they have plenty of room to swim!!! what a big tank...
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Might I ask how much that beauty set you back or would that be an inappropriate question? It is a looker alright.
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Thanks for the kind words folk, as Keven said its an L shape so not really 16 straight feet but one turn gets ya the full meal deal..
That school of heniochus are my fav. they stay to gether like glue and when feeding time comes its a site to see.

On the tank cost its really hard to tell. I made the tank with a buddy so it only cost about 500. Most of the equipment I had already (if not all). The buddy that helped me has a custom tank building and install company. He said if it was from scratch with the prework to the house and stand that it would have run about 40 to 50 K


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wow.. sounds like a fun project..
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No I wasn't asking about the tank setup, I know thats alot, just that one particular pretty fish in your first post. Sorry about the delay.
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My post 2 above yours, has a link to the full tank shot, several of them actually
Oh! I had seen that one before, but I thought the shot was taken at Sea World or somewhere. Wow! What a tank
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