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I'm not really sure if this is the appropriate area to be posting this, but I thought the freshwater people would get a kick out of this:
Now *that's* an aquarium!
Now *that's* an aquarium!
This was posted before but buried under the clutter already. I'd put loaches and barbs in it.8)
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I'm ready for the pressure.
The drama and the pleasure!
If there is one thing I want to see here, it's HUMOR.
I believe I can fly!
I believe I can touch the sky!
I think about it every night and day!
I stand in awe of my body.
To be honest, I think the tank itself is awesome but could be more interestingly decorated and could have more interesting fish. Pacu and iridescent sharks are just so...available at Wal-mart. It's cool to see fish that really need that much space get exactly what they need, but I definitely think it would be much, much cooler to have a huge mixed community. Schools of hundreds of black neons, cardinals, danios of all sorts...hatchet fish schools up at the surface, huge shoals of cories and loaches along the bottom. Heck, I bet if you put a big enough lunker in there, say a 4 ft arowana, it wouldn't really even bother with something as small as a neon and even if it did, well, you've got hundreds more! The baltimore aquarium has tanks of similar size, both marine and freshwater, where huge schools of tiny fish are kept with massive lunkers. One big marine display had tons of cardinals, neon gobies, surgeons, wrasses, clowns, everything you'd expect to see in a big reef display, plus about a 5 foot grouper. So I just *know* something like that is possible for freshwater.
I agree - the tanks isn't very 'pretty' to look at. Is that a shelf of some sort on the back wall of it? I would definitley have to go with a community setup, with a massive school of colourful shoaling fish. Imagine trying to figure out a community stocking list with a tank that size though.. where would you even begin!!
Originally Posted by Amphitrite
Thats my tank, i remmember the day of the photo shoot........I took it down................nah i wish
10 gallon tank
Fish: Male veiltail betta, Chinese algae eater, one Pleco, 3 Ghost Shrimp and 3 Zebra Danios
Fish: Male platy.
Rest in peace to jaws the rts, and bubblegum the betta
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