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My 40 Gallon tropical tank (Pics)
very nice.. its a shame I never got to see it in real life :sob:
Looks good. :-)
Suggestion: I would make it more than one level. Everything you have is close to he ground; I would add some tall plants to the back and a more varied landscape.
Definitely. Get some plants that are about as high as your tank. Looks like stuff in the 12 to 16 inch range, and plant it along the back of the tank. It'll hide the back of the tank and look great. I'm liking that rock work on the left hand side.
i hav wanted to, but i never see, i know, the top half is very boring, but it is hard to have lots of landscape, because the bottom of the tank is small cause it is a tall aquarium, but i am selling it anyways, im finally gong to salt water
but you can buy taller plants JHK30, im just cheap, plus since im selling it, why bother spending all that money in it to sell it for half the price of what i paid for
normally when people sell they put it up for half price or less. since its been used that puts the price WAY down even if its still in good shape.
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