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Old 11-24-2014, 03:41 PM   #21
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Mostly corals....10 assorted fish or so, and then I would let everyone in the area know where to take their fish that have outgrown their 6' tanks.

I love that idea. I already do this on a small scale with my system. It's very gratifying to get a beat up tang and watch it grow fat again.


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Mostly corals....10 assorted fish or so, and then I would let everyone in the area know where to take their fish that have outgrown their 6' tanks.
I love it so much. So much yes. What if they have angels though or groupers

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Obviously they have to be able to coexist.
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I'd probably be divorced if I got a tank that size...but I could probably move into it.


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I'd make it into a hot tub time machine, failing that, a radio controlled submarine.
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Seriously?

Build another fish house to accommodate it, move my clown loach in and increase shoal size to 30-50 fish.
Add Acanthicus adonis and a mid upper level shoal.
Low level low tech planted bliss.

Convert 200g into fowlr and get a niger trigger and maybe P.volitans.

Be happy with everything except I still need another tank for the bichir that still swims free.
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