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Old 04-12-2006, 12:11 AM   #1
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new 30 gallon tank

hey guy and gals, just wanted to show my new tank. i piked it up monday. these pics are before i moved it. i bought it and had to tear it down, move it , and the set up almost killed me. very stressed out.

ill get some more pics up soon. the tank had been running for about 4 years and when i went to set it up at my house, i noticed that i could not find any side of the rocks that didnt have something growing on it. the anthelia has gone nuts but once i started ripping it out i found tons of shrooms, about 6 different colors.anyway, let me know what you think.
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That is just beautiful - lucky you! Congratulations.....except for the moving part. I just did that and boy is it a chore.
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I am so jealous! That is a beautiful tank and a gorgeous canopy! Congrats.
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thanks, the bad part is, i have to move it again next week. im a little concerned about the stress on the system. ill just have to take a little extra time and care. wish me luck.
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Good luck, I'm sure it will be fine as long as you keep the filter media wet, and take your time.
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looks great!
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Salt water tanks are so beautiful - the wonders of the sea Simply beautiful set up !

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That's really nice. I so wish I had the time and money for a saltwater tank.
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