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Old 06-04-2005, 11:24 PM   #1
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This was pictured in this month's issue of AFM. Just thought I'd share. I hate to even try to imagine the maintenance issues involved in this.

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There have been a few posts about this over the last couple years. I've yet to see any updated pix in the last year or so.
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omg thats so cool! reminds me of i-robot!
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Old 06-04-2005, 11:46 PM   #4
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8O I'd hate to do a gravel vac.
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Anybody up for a swim
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All at a paltry cost of probably $5-$8 million or so....plus upkeep and running costs.
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I doubt they do gravel vacs. Probably something like a pool filter at the bottom of the tank. Ripley's Aquarium in Gatlinburg has a similar tank. Image how many Tetras or Guppies that you could have in that tank. That would be a nice African Cichlid tank. hmmmm.....possibilities.
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That is awesome!!1

Wouldnt you just love to have one?
I would..lol
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Holy Crap
Is that a scuba diver in there?
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I think so DeFeKt. lol
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