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Old 03-14-2011, 03:14 PM   #11
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But if you decide to go with a FW pond, check this out: BioNova Natural Swimming Pools

I dream of having something like that with a swarm of 100 tiger barbs to swim with hehehe
That's so awesome that is my new life goal.

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If you live right on the beach it would work, it would be difficult farther from the beach. What if it rains? Thats freshwater in a saltwater pond! It would be a lot of money and work too recreating the natural environment, considering your taking the fish from the ocean.
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I dream of having a sea through indoor pool with sharks.

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I dream of having a sea through indoor pool with sharks.

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YES. I wasn't think of that BUT YES.

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Old 03-14-2011, 11:23 PM   #16
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If you do get an outdoor sw pond you should put a mangrove right in the center so that it'll get to be full sized! How cool would that be!?
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