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Old 02-13-2014, 12:37 PM   #371
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Whoa, an extra 9000 gallons?! I would take all the fish I said and multiply them by 5!!!
Yep. Title says it all.
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Yep. Title says it all.

Yeah lol. I thought it was 1000
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A massive school of cardinal tetras.

It'd be cool if I heated my pool and filled it with fish....
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A massive school of cardinal tetras.

It'd be cool if I heated my pool and filled it with fish....
chlorine! Also filtration needs to be redone.
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Old 02-13-2014, 05:45 PM   #375
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A massive school of cardinal tetras.

It'd be cool if I heated my pool and filled it with fish....
There's a big push for naturally filtered pools that are basically a big aquarium.
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Old 02-15-2014, 12:11 AM   #376
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I would put a mermaid in it
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I would donate it to an AZA certified zoo.
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I might try to replicate lake Tanganyika and put in a bunch of cichlids and shellies
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Old 02-15-2014, 11:44 AM   #379
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I would go for a massive amazon biotope. Tons of driftwood, roots, etc. For 10 thousand gallons.... A couple hundred cardinal tetras, fifty or so black neons, 100 silvertip tetras, 150 pencilfish, a huge school of hathetfish. A few pims, some angelfish, and 10-20 of most of the kinds of corys u see, multiple pairs of clown plecos, bristlenose plecos, and a common pleco. Then, a few harems of various apistogrammas. Ive never researched discus, but if they are from south america id get some of those. And a large school of hatchetfish. Then I would plant it with crypts, swords, vals.... Just enough plants to make it seem natural. I dont know if this would be under or overstocking for that large of a tank. My dream is to someday get a 500 gallon tank and do something similar to what i just mentioned.
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Trio of guppies.

How long until it'd be full of em?

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