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Old 06-05-2013, 09:16 AM   #51
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Which one lol. My moms garden pond is like 250g
The ponds below my house are 50'x25-30'x10-15' deep

The other one is 20'x20'x4'deep
You have ponds in your basement?? Those are huge ponds.
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I hate the feeling of having to wait till summer to start a big project like that. I want to make a 400 gallon pond this summer for koi and some plecos. (A Chinese hi fin shark would be awesome)
Chinese hi fin sharks grow really big and need a lot of algae. They eat almost all algae. Plecos can survive in a pond ?
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You have ponds in your basement?? Those are huge ponds.
Yeah thats sweet! I wish I could have that! I have plans to build a 200+ gallon tank though, so that will be fun!
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Ya. My floor is holding a 150g tank so im lucky it doesnt fall and kill me in my sleep
Lol. The only fish tank I have in my room is a 20 gal so I don't have to worry much.
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Lol. The only fish tank I have in my room is a 20 gal so I don't have to worry much.
Haha yeah same. I can't get anything over a 75 gallon tank on my main floor though lol.
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Yeah thats sweet! I wish I could have that! I have plans to build a 200+ gallon tank though, so that will be fun!
I plan to upgrade my pond but I need to do a lot of planning since a pool is going to take up a bunch of space in our backyard. That will be really fun when you build a 200+ gallon tank.
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Haha yeah same. I can't get anything over a 75 gallon tank on my main floor though lol.
I had to put my 55 in my basement because I was afraid the main floor would collapse. Lol.
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I plan to upgrade my pond but I need to do a lot of planning since a pool is going to take up a bunch of space in our backyard. That will be really fun when you build a 200+ gallon tank.
Haha that'd be amazing! I don't have any ponds, but that'd be sweet! And yeah I'm excited to do that 200+ gallon cuz there are so many options! I think keeping and breeding stingrays in it would be cool!
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Haha that'd be amazing! I don't have any ponds, but that'd be sweet! And yeah I'm excited to do that 200+ gallon cuz there are so many options! I think keeping and breeding stingrays in it would be cool!
Wow!!! Breeding stingrays is a lot of work but it is worth it in the end. Freshwater or SW?
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Wow!!! Breeding stingrays is a lot of work but it is worth it in the end. Freshwater or SW?
Probably freshwater. I'm not completely sure yet and I haven't even made the tank so I got time to figure it out lol.
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