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Old 04-12-2013, 01:06 AM   #11
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I would have a tank for stingrays that had trees growing up a wall, cliffs/rock and plants. With other animals like lizards on it. I have a vision of what I want but it will never happen. I don't think
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I would have a tank for stingrays that had trees growing up a wall, cliffs/rock and plants. With other animals like lizards on it. I have a vision of what I want but it will never happen. I don't think
Never say never! For mine I would want a huge tank like at the zoo. With a jungle in top and a few couple hundred gallon ponds with various groups of fish in each one. Of course with a glass front so I can see under water. Then have some dart frogs on the land and emerald tree boa in the trees
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Never say never! For mine I would want a huge tank like at the zoo. With a jungle in top and a few couple hundred gallon ponds with various groups of fish in each one. Of course with a glass front so I can see under water. Then have some dart frogs on the land and emerald tree boa in the trees
Yep thats like what I was saying. I just want the stingrays, definitely not snakes. We almost share the same dream
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If I say a 300 gallon tank which is not too outlandish like 1000 gallons I would have -

Green Terror
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That would be a cool tank I reckon
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Yep thats like what I was saying. I just want the stingrays, definitely not snakes. We almost share the same dream
Stingrays are pretty awesome too. My girlfriend really wants on.
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Old 04-12-2013, 01:47 PM   #16
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I would have a 1500g tank that would be planted with a HUGE piece of driftwood the stock would be

100 tetras
5 oscars
60 cichilds
75 pygmy cories
30 gouramis
20 bristlenose plecos some albino some regular

I don't know if that is that is over stocked or under stocked but I think that would be a awesome tank!!!
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That does seem pretty cool and no i dont think its over stocked lol. Depending on how filter it that is understocked haha. But you would probably lose some tetras over time.
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Unless you grew them all up in that tank since they were juveniles. I grew one of my oscars up with neons and it worked good just dont feed the oscars feeder fish. But i would be worried about the africans but you never know.
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I saw another one like this!
1100 kilograms of live rock:O
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