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Old 11-03-2009, 06:20 AM   #11
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Holy cow! 10ft long! I can only dream of the possibilities for a tank like that!! Def need some pictures
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Old 11-03-2009, 10:14 AM   #12
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Lucky, was it a craigslist find? Maybe I should look other then the west and nw burbs for gear.
No, it wasn't a Craigslist find. It was a my brother bought a snake from a guy who knew this guy who had a wife that wanted her garage back find.



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Cool story, did you get any pics of the beast?
My mom took a couple of pictures, but they're on her camera. I'll try to get them soon

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The ironic thing is about this whole thing is that he now has this 300g tank is about putting neons in it. I would put some monster fish in that beast. Just something that made me laugh.
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Way to go!! I actually live in Joliet too (small world eh) and if you know of anymore big tanks people want to get rid of let me know!! Also you got to post pictures! Are you really going to put neons in?
I'm not sure what I'm going to put in it yet. I'm fascinated by the Amazon biotope tank at the Shedd Aquarium and I've never seen a really big tank set up with little fish before. My wife is just starting to get into aquariums and she doesn't really care for the big fish. An arrowana or a red tail cat crossed my mind, but I'd like to keep my wife happy and interested. Makes justifying my expensive hobbies a heck of a lot easier. Neons might be a little small, but a school of scissortail rasboras might work.
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Old 11-03-2009, 10:32 AM   #13
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Sweet find, my 10g tank wall (12 tanks total 10 were free) came from the same situation, a friend of a friends wife was raving mad over them being in her house for 10 years empty so his loss was my gain, great score man. Your find perked the wifes ears.


PM me on some DW, ill get pics of my find later when I go rip the rest of the tree out of the ground. Lets just say its a very perfect example of Northern Illinois Manzanita.
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Old 11-03-2009, 04:54 PM   #14
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I agree that a big fish tank with a bunch of small fish would be cool, the thought is just funny. A 9 foot tank with a neon that gets .5 inches. Thats ALOT of neons.
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Wow that sounds like a massive tank. Have you thought about what lighting your going to use?
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No i want it but i live in Australia so yeah i dont think im going to fly there. I love neons i think thats a great idea maybe some other fish like a black ghost knife fish a beautiful fish and oscar maybe just some segguestions
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