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Old 01-17-2012, 06:22 PM   #11
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125G with R2 solution moonlighting African cichlids in it! With Nice filtration. I would put my common plecos in there too!
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Old 01-17-2012, 06:23 PM   #12
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You can rent tanks???
No we are renting a house! Lol.
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My dream tank would be a 200gallon+ loach tank.. it would just have all different types of loaches (yoyos, clowns, zebras, tigers, kuhlis, dwarfs, red finned, angelicus, hillstream... who would all magically get along with each other and be available in Australia because this is a dream lol ) and a school of small schooling dither fish for the top of the tank.
I am lucky though in that I have been able to have a sort of mini version of my dream tank.. a 120gallon with clowns and yoyos as well as other fish (and hpefully some dwarf chain loaches soon too) and I have kuhli loaches in another tank
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Since we're dreaming...

My home would be one giant tank, like those huge aquariums you walk through like a tunnel, and the fish are swimming all around you. It would be filled with every kind of tang, angelfish, triggerfish and wrasse. It would have sting rays, a few sea turtles and a family of manatees. Access from the roof would allow me to jump in and go swimming with them. Compatibility wouldn't be an issue because in my tank everyone gets along magically and requires the same water conditions, which would be closely monitered by a large staff.

That's not too much to ask, right?
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Old 01-17-2012, 09:05 PM   #15
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No we are renting a house! Lol.
Oh lol!!! Hmm I would rent a tank for some reason.
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Old 01-17-2012, 09:12 PM   #16
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300 gallon in wall saltwater tank behind my couch.
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Since we're dreaming...

My home would be one giant tank, like those huge aquariums you walk through like a tunnel, and the fish are swimming all around you. It would be filled with every kind of tang, angelfish, triggerfish and wrasse. It would have sting rays, a few sea turtles and a family of manatees. Access from the roof would allow me to jump in and go swimming with them. Compatibility wouldn't be an issue because in my tank everyone gets along magically and requires the same water conditions, which would be closely monitered by a large staff.

That's not too much to ask, right?
And friendly sharks right?? Hahah sounds great! I would have a 200 gallon reef, built into the wall between my room and my brothers room. It would have many differant tangs, and also a bunch of nano fish, with a snowflake eel of course.
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And friendly sharks right?? Hahah sounds great! I would have a 200 gallon reef, built into the wall between my room and my brothers room. It would have many differant tangs, and also a bunch of nano fish, with a snowflake eel of course.

Yeah throw some sharks in there too, why not! But yes they must be friendly. "Fish are friends, not food."
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I would love to have a huge fish room! And when I get my own house, I know I will! With saltwater and freshwater. Ahhhh I can picture it now
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I would love to have a huge fish room! And when I get my own house, I know I will! With saltwater and freshwater. Ahhhh I can picture it now
Then you have kids. The fish room gets turned into nursery and where you could put a tank has toy boxes in the way! Lol.
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