dude once again please can I urge you not to put reef sharks into this system it is not suitable at all the minimum length for a tank containing reef sharks is around 22m accomidating there rest-glide-recovery sequence. please take this warning seriousley!! as your sharks will die a slow painfull death in that tank
To be honest, i agree too, but i reckon that would be an amazing reef tank, think of the tangs and triggers you could haveI agree with Calvin, We dont want to harm these beautiful creatures
way to go guys! love your bravery to tackle something this size! cant wait to see the details as you complete the setup - wish i could do something similar cheers dave nylandhi, everyone. i have done some homework before we started this insane project.
the minimum size tank recomended was 10000l,so i opted for 12k. thanks for everyones concern and i agree we do love these beauty's. it was sugested by the supplier in indonesia that we should lower the temp. on the system to 22. that will limit their matabolism so i don't have to feed them so often, to restrict their growth.
the skimmer is a deltec 1004 supplied by a 22000l/h pump.a fluidisedbed filter is doing some of the hard work. the bio filter is six koi pond filters each capable of 25000l loads. we also change 3000l of water every 6weeks.
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