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Old 04-01-2013, 10:30 PM   #11
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Old 04-01-2013, 11:32 PM   #12
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All five tanks (55,30,20,10,10) and my beta bowl are in my bedroom. Nothing like bubblers and filters to hum you to sleep...
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Old 04-01-2013, 11:34 PM   #13
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Old 04-01-2013, 11:36 PM   #14
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All five tanks (55,30,20,10,10) and my beta bowl are in my bedroom. Nothing like bubblers and filters to hum you to sleep...
Love it! I have big time insomnia, maybe I can use that as a reason to put a big tank in the bedroom? =D hehehehe!
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Old 04-02-2013, 12:36 AM   #15
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I have my 30 and 15 side by side on the dresser i thought the 30 would be too long but they both look good and fit with extra space at the end for my fan lol my 30 should have the fish in it soon so I'm ready to get em moved over lol
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I just moved back in with my parents so all my tanks are in my bedroom, other than my grow out tub and most of my jarred bettas which are in the basement. Luckily my largest tank is only a 28g and the majority are either 2.5's or 1ish gallons.

When I lived on my own I had my 26 and one of the 10's in the living room, a couple 2.5's in the kitchen, the other 10 in my bedroom, and the rest were in a spare bedroom that was my makeshift fish room.
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My 56 is in the living room, my 30 is in the "dining room" (mostly just an empty chunk of space since we don't have a dinner table at the moment) and there is a 5 gallon on my kitchen counter. A 10 gallon betta tank is in one of the spare bedrooms and there is a betta in a vase in my bedroom right now, but he is going into another 10 I am setting up in the spare bedroom with the other one, and tomorrow I'm picking up another 10 gallon to use as a betta spawning tank. Once I get that little project going, I'm setting up my old 20 gallon in there as well as a fry tank. And holy crap it kind of just dawned on me that I now have four tanks running and three more that will be running within a month or so for a grand total of SEVEN tanks and roughly 116 gallons. Oh dear... This is what happens when your significant other doesn't say "no more tanks."
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Fluval Chi (female Bettas and dwarf aquatic frogs) beside my bed. 60 gallon turtle tank at the foot of my bed. 35 gallon clawed frog tank underneath the mirror in my bedroom. 12 gallon Fluval Edge nano saltwater tank, 29 gallon leaf fish and bichir "grow-out" tank, and 60 gallon soon-to-be seahorse tank are all in my fish room (sister's old bedroom before she moved out ). 90 gallon winter goldfish tank and my tortoise habitat live in the basement. 800 gallon summer pond lives in the backyard lol.
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