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Old 07-07-2011, 09:11 PM   #21
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Hey... There's no limits, so the glass can be 3 feet thick :P lol. It'd still be awesome!
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Old 07-07-2011, 10:32 PM   #22
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wait,i just changed mine, it would be a half land/half water palaudarium,and the water side would be 10000000 gallons,and up to 40 feet deep. the water would be inhabited by a giant school of rainbow sharks,dwarf crays,various species of shrimp,bettas,gwarf cichlids,and bala sharks. on the waters edge,it would be bog like,and there would be various species of fw crabs(vampire,thai red devil,etc) and tiger salamanders. the land part would slowly go from bog to desert,with pools of water scattered around. some of the pools would be brackish,some fresh. there would be halloween crabs,fiddler crabs,red crabs,killifish,snakes,lizards,etc.
oh,and it would be my backyard,and i would own all of it. and hire gaurds to shoot tresspassers.
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Old 07-07-2011, 11:16 PM   #23
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wait,i just changed mine, it would be a half land/half water palaudarium,and the water side would be 10000000 gallons,and up to 40 feet deep. the water would be inhabited by a giant school of rainbow sharks,dwarf crays,various species of shrimp,bettas,gwarf cichlids,and bala sharks. on the waters edge,it would be bog like,and there would be various species of fw crabs(vampire,thai red devil,etc) and tiger salamanders. the land part would slowly go from bog to desert,with pools of water scattered around. some of the pools would be brackish,some fresh. there would be halloween crabs,fiddler crabs,red crabs,killifish,snakes,lizards,etc.
oh,and it would be my backyard,and i would own all of it. and hire gaurds to shoot tresspassers.
Rainbow sharks school?? Haha that sounds awesome, but how would you see your fish?
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Old 07-07-2011, 11:37 PM   #24
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Rainbow sharks school?? Haha that sounds awesome, but how would you see your fish?
if you have enough they do,i think they do in the wild(but im not sure),and scuba gear of course
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Old 07-08-2011, 11:10 PM   #25
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450-500 gallon sw setup, itd be dual-room viewable. I'd have 3 or 4 volitan lionfish, 2 black and 1-2 red. A silver shark, a couple hippo tangs and a yellow tang, among a lot of other fish and corals. That would be my tank if I had money to blow. But honestly my 125 I now have is my dream tank. I'm in absolute love with it and currently in the process of picking up the dream fish I've always wanted

Edit****** it would def be a cylinder tank, with 360 degree viewability
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A discus tank as a wall for the bedroom and a saltwater reef tank wall for the living/dining room. Only 800 gallons each or so, lol!
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One Like they have at Bass Pro Shop or Cabela's
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