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Old 02-01-2011, 12:46 PM   #11
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It looks like my entire house could fit in that tank. I'm thinking that the smallest fish in that tank wouldn't fit in my 60 gallon tank.

BTW, I really like your signature Krypt . I definitely will use that with my wife!
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I'd sure hate to have to do a 25% water change every week!!!
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Imagine the water bill 
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That's amazing.
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that is too cool i wish i could have a tank about a 1/64 of that size. But i dont think my wife would like it to much lol.
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Not sure on the rating as the second largest in the world, but that is an impressive tank.

The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta has a 6.3 million gallon tank (about 3X the size of the OP) and has the 2d largest aquarium viewing window in the world. It is a site to behold. If you are ever traveling through Atlanta, I highly recommend this stop. The tickets are a little pricey and the place is always packed... but the main exhibit alone (called ocean voyager) is an amazing experience... you walk through a 100 ft long tunnel which is made of acrylic and underwater, and then come upon the main viewing window which is 21'X63'. It is truly amazing.

Here is a crappy photo I took of it... It is about twice as wide as the image shows, but you get the idea of the scale...
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