10-25-2011, 07:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Byron
Just to get you drooling, here's a truly large home aquarium. Came across this while digging through older issues and can't remember posting it before.
But on a more serious note, for those who buy potentially large fish that will need larger tanks--like a red tailed shark for the existing 20g--take note of the author's advice in the last two paragraphs. The tank that Jack built | Features | Practical Fishkeeping
Very cool. Thanks for sharing. Lucky fish and people in that house. I have a friend (I've mentioned this before) who not only doesn't clean her 10 gal tank more than 4 times a year, she has a Red-tail Shark in the tank. She gets defensive if I bring it up, saying that he's doing fine, because he's still alive after 6 years. I do feel so sorry for fish that are kept in small tanks when they are meant for more room.