Big tank

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  1. Mike

    Mike Retired Moderator

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    I went to see a rather good tank on saturday, 12ft x 4ft x 3ft

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    holy cow that's huge! more please! :p
     
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    viper357 Admin MASA Contributor

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    wow, that's roughly 4m long by 1.2m deep by 1m high...that's a monster, certainly doesn't look like it in the photo. Now you aren't going to tell us that you only took one photo are you?
     
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    Mike Thread Starter Retired Moderator

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    Yep, just the one piccie, just to tease you, it was difficult to get any others as there were 25 others in the room, this one was taken by a pal.

    It doesn't look 4ft from front to back unless you look down the side, and until you realise the sump is 5x3x2.5, you don't get just how big it is, for instance the Vlamingi tang is about 14inches long!!

    I will see if i can visit again and get some more shots, they owner lives 20mins from me:)
     
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    come on wee-man take us out of our misery! pics please! :lol:

    ps. what's in those A, B & C containers? is he dosing something?

    cheers!
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    14 inches, wow, that's huge (although I can relate to that:p)
     
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    Mike Thread Starter Retired Moderator

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    It's zeovit i believe, similar to the balling method i think, seems to work though.

    Yeah ok:whistling:
     
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    WOW! Huge tank! BUT - it's looking quite good! Only one thing I have with such big tanks, though - you can have MANY MANY corals, but it still looks "empty" :-(
     
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    Mike Thread Starter Retired Moderator

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    It's only been up and running for a few months, give a year and it will be amazing, there is approximately 200kgs of live rock in that tank, and i agree it still looks rather empty:lol: but fantastic at the same time.




    P.s. it's on the UK forum;)
     
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    i actually prefer "relatively" empty tanks, looks cool when the fish have lots & lots of swimming space... they probably love all that space :)
     
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    Cool! Thank Wee-Man. I will go and have a look as soon as I have a mo'.
     
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    wow that is big.
     
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    Wee-Man, we should change your name to Cruel-Man.
     
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    wow that big!

    just trying to imagine his electricity bill:(
     
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    Mike Thread Starter Retired Moderator

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    Sorry bud, i will get some more shots asap

    That's one thing i don't want to know about:lol:
     
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    jacquesb Retired Moderator

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    Wee-Man - could you perhaps PM me the link - I cannot find it so quick on UR.
     
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    Mike Thread Starter Retired Moderator

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    Search for Phoenix, i will pm you via UR
     
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    Thanks Wee-Man - got it - looking at his thread now.
     
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