20 000 gallon setup

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  1. dallasg

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    Seen this thread before. Amazing the amount of different species of Tangs living in this beast
     
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    OMG, need a forklift to remove that skimmer cup..:lol:
     
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    stunning
     
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    were all drooling here
     
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    lol imagine diving in your own tank! that tank is flippin amazing!
     
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    Stunning:032:
     
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    Hey - I SCUBA dive already! BUT, being able to SCUBA dive in my OWN tank would be PRICELESS!
     
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    Unbelievable:p
     
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    great intro to the tank.

    "I started reef keeping back in the day when reproducing aiptasia and some valonia growth were cool things, and goniopora were viewed as “easier to keep” as it lived longer than other corals, but what we didn’t realize at the time was they just took longer to die than some of the other corals we were trying to keep."

    how true. its amazing how we have slowly moved forward as a hobby with regards to understanding the way we can keep a recirculated system stable enough for things to survive, not die over a long period.

    mind you some old school thinkers still think aptasia are cool...
     
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    nice big tank:peroni:
     
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    Wow!! That's unreal!
     
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    Hey Crispin - you saying that I am "old skool"? LOL! (and the misspelling was deliberate!) ;)
     
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