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Old 08-05-2004, 02:34 PM   #1
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"Big Brother 5" Fish Tank

Has anyone noticed the large fishtank in the big brother house? I cant tell if its salt or fresh, I do know its a large tank.
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i knwo what your talking about but i too havent really been able to tell whats in it. If she makes me watch it tonight i'll try and get a better look
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Its saltwater. I dont watch the show but I knew there had to be a website about it so I did the allmighty google search ad found the CBS website.

http://www.cbs.com/primetime/bigbrot...ousetour.shtml

If you look at the living room youc an see two pics of the tank. One photo shows a naso tang. At first guess I say its a 180.
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I think when i watched the show for a secon it looked like they had some threadfin lookdowns, but im not absolutely positive.
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They also show some kind of small shark pair.

Definately a SW tank, I'm inclined to agree with fishfreek on the 180.
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