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Old 05-27-2011, 09:52 PM   #11
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oh its including the stand height. its actually ~28" high. it should be fine in my opinion. the deeper tank means you may need some more intense lighting but seems like it will work.
Ohh odd, I saw the stand dimensions below it so just thought the tank was almost as tall as me haha
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28" high sounds much better.... Unless you needed an abyss because you were going to try to raise some of those scary looking deepwater fish that would eat you. Lol.
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28" high sounds much better.... Unless you needed an abyss because you were going to try to raise some of those scary looking deepwater fish that would eat you. Lol.
Lol that would be awesome but nope..
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actually a 5' reef tank that was long and deep could be an interesting reef tank. if you did a suspended reef up top and left the bottom open for more interesting fish that dont do well with lots of rocks. I.E. small rays or sharks..... would be expensive.... but interesting.....
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