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Old 01-06-2013, 04:10 PM   #1
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Dreamtank?

I always hear people talking about dream fish tanks, but I want a giant goldfish pond lol. With lots of fat little ryukins swimmin around, lol sounds silly.

what are your guys dream tanks/ponds?
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Old 01-06-2013, 04:25 PM   #2
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Here's mine: TAKASHI AMANO SUMIDA AQUARIUM Final Episode - YouTube

Obviously I'd take either, but I actually prefer the grass and stone scape more.
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I want a 300 gal. FW downstairs in my living room right under the TV. Medium planted with live plants, sand bottom, Stock: several pairs of angels, a big school of rummy nose tetra (like 30 of'em), a common pleco, a common sailfin pleco, a big shoal of several different types of cories, colonies of RCS and another kind of shrimp (there'd be lots of hiding spots so most would make it), 15-20 cardinal tetra, quite a few mystery, nerite, and Malaysian trumpet snails, a nice size school of marbled and silver hatchetfish, and maybe more. It would have a nice expensive top of the line canister filtration system, a water source built into the closet behind it.
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Old 01-06-2013, 04:33 PM   #4
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Here's mine: TAKASHI AMANO SUMIDA AQUARIUM Final Episode - YouTube

Obviously I'd take either, but I actually prefer the grass and stone scape more.
Thats really neat looking idk if I could keep something like that....I have a hard enough time just keeping the algae under control.
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Old 01-06-2013, 04:40 PM   #5
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Here's mine: TAKASHI AMANO SUMIDA AQUARIUM Final Episode - YouTube

Obviously I'd take either, but I actually prefer the grass and stone scape more.
I second this!
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Dream Tank?

I think when they "beamed" up the whale in Star Trek 4 that what they put it in would be my dream tank !!

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home - The Whale Hunters Clip - YouTube
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Dream Tank?

I think when they "beamed" up the whale in Star Trek 4 that what they put it in would be my dream tank !!

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home - The Whale Hunters Clip - YouTube
Lol that'd be sick!
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Lol that'd be sick!
And it's completely PORTABLE !!
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400 gallon for a mbu puffer!
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1000 gallon with peacock bass, arrowanna, black ghost knife, red tail cat, silver dollar school, clown loach school, balls sharks, and such

200 gallon salt water(know nothing about this but want one!!

75 gallon cichlids

55 gallon angelfish/ community
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5 gallon betta

Lol alot of money/work, but would be great, and just about 1 per room!
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