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Old 01-07-2013, 06:50 PM   #31
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How about, a house, where the entire structure, is a MASSIVE TANK! AND YOU LIVE IN IT!! if I win a couple hundred million dollars, guess what I'm spending it on!
That's what I meant
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Old 01-07-2013, 06:53 PM   #32
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My dream tank would include freshwater stingrays. I would also like a monster sized reef tank packed with corals
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Old 01-08-2013, 03:48 PM   #33
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Hundreds of tanks (paid for and maintained by someone else lol) with a different and super interesting species in each. And a giAnt indoor pond, split into two pieces with a walkway in between- one side being pacu and freshwater stingrays, the other with koi and Goldie's, with a bunch of turtles roaming between the two!
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Hundreds of tanks (paid for and maintained by someone else lol) with a different and super interesting species in each. And a giAnt indoor pond, split into two pieces with a walkway in between- one side being pacu and freshwater stingrays, the other with koi and Goldie's, with a bunch of turtles roaming between the two!
I'd like the same thing only one half of the pond I want a Betta pond with no turtles lol, plus I want all my tanks professionally scaped.
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But maintaining tanks on your own is more fun! At least I think so, but hundreds might not be lol
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Hundreds of tanks (paid for and maintained by someone else lol) with a different and super interesting species in each. And a giAnt indoor pond, split into two pieces with a walkway in between- one side being pacu and freshwater stingrays, the other with koi and Goldie's, with a bunch of turtles roaming between the two!
I would Do I GIANT pond Split with African chiclads on one side and South American ones on the other!
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Old 01-09-2013, 12:56 PM   #37
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That would be super cool!! But I think I'd rather have cichlids in tanks- koi and stingrays are best viewed from above, but cichlids look great from every angle, so you might be missing the interesting behavior in a pond. Just my opinion though!
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Old 01-09-2013, 01:07 PM   #38
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Probably a 2000 gallon freshwater tank. With this stock:
50 cardinal tetra
60 rummy nose tetra
30 harlequin rasbora
8 Pairs of rams
A few pairs of angels
10 zebra plecos
And then of course 80 panda Cories


Then again I would do anything to swim in the amazon river.
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Probably a 2000 gallon freshwater tank. With this


Then again I would do anything to swim in the amazon river.
Have you seen the show "RIVER MONSTERS"????? I don't think I would swim in the amazon river now. Not after that show. You would have to pay me A LOT LOT LOT of money!
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Have you seen the show "RIVER MONSTERS"????? I don't think I would swim in the amazon river now. Not after that show. You would have to pay me A LOT LOT LOT of money!
No I haven't but now you say that I'm not so certain!
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