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Old 07-03-2006, 07:58 AM   #1
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Well here is PICS OF MY tank --- Look at a couple of things

Notice the white dots they are hard as a rock, very hard to remove... do I dare take a razor blade to them?

not the greatest pics, and tank is not all awake, but an idea




notice my little butterfly turning quick to see what i am up to.. "food? oh nooooo not that bright flash!!"




Close up of first pic center, should of waited till everythign was awke, see leather coral, the red flower of ?? and feather duster - what about these rocks in tank 4 months... (PS the Tang is "LemFin" or so my Son says this is his name.)

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Very nice.
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Notice the white dots they are hard as a rock, very hard to remove... do I dare take a razor blade to them?
Sure, won't hurt anything.
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the dots are most likely new coraline forming on the glass. I use a razor blade on mine. Just be careful not to scratch the tank or scrape any of the sealer on the seams.
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awesome thanks... I know tank is still young.. will get geat pics when i have some time show u my tank mates up close... they all so pretty


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You should be...the tank looks great! 8)
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