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Old 03-27-2012, 01:49 PM   #1
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favorite part of your tank?

what item, inhabitant, decoration, system, ect ... is what make you thrilled about your tank? what is your favorite thing you currently have that you would consider to be your "prized possession" of your fish tank?
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my favorite part is my plants I bought a whole different tank just so I could have a bigger foot print and grow more of them!
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I have too many favorites to list one and they are constantly changing. Now that the inhabitants of my 16 gallon, corys, RCS and assassins snails, are all spawning, that's my favorite tank to watch because there's always something new to see.
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A few months ago I would say my driftwood which is now my centerpiece for my tank. But now I am truly amazed at the caves I created with the various rocks I managed to get. If my fish loves swimming in them, I love it even more.
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Honestly my whole tank. Seriously I love it! Took me months and months to get it just right. Wouldn't change a thing.
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My fishyyyssss!!!!!!!
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I love the caves I made out of river rocks. I took my time and set it up how I wanted it. With my 5 gallon I felt like I was constantly messing with it to get it right! Not so with my 55. I'll add more fish and plants as time goes by, but my favorite part is the caves.
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It being in the wall & the sink under it.
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The cave system my mbuna dug out. I put some caves in there and they dig until basically all of them are interconnected in ways I didn't even intend. It's really cool what they do with what you give them!
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Honestly my whole tank. Seriously I love it! Took me months and months to get it just right. Wouldn't change a thing.
I am jealous! I can never get mine right.. always something I want to change
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