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Old 10-23-2012, 05:17 PM   #1
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I love full tank views any ideas on rock placement 120 g show tank
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Old 10-23-2012, 05:20 PM   #2
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You could try adding some height to the larger piece just off centre.

Leave the larger piece where it is and add the smaller piece on top. So take the small piece off centre right and place it on top of the larger piece off centre left.


If you can move the white rock formation slightly toward the back if possible once the small is on the large.


That might look cool and give you a little more scope to add something small on the right side where the smaller rock was.



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Old 10-23-2012, 05:23 PM   #3
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Well I been thinking about adding everything from this smaller tank to the big one
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Ideally I would need to see individual pieces set alone in your DT so I could possibly comment on placement. It's hard to get a size comparison.


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Show tank rocks sand and fish I have a coral in thief also
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Show tank rocks sand and fish I have a coral in thief also
Their are four different rocks in this one I just want to have one tank untill I get moved and settled into a new house the fish I. This one are 2 clowns 1 yellow tail damsel and a engineer golby chocolate chip star which I was gonna move to my refuigum along with my coral banded shrimp and peppermint shrimp
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You could use all of them and create a Rocky Mountain look towards one corner allowing some swimming room around the back.


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