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    Awesome. It'd help if you lived next to the sea, could just borrow some

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    I live near the Thames...not sure I want that water!
    "Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known." Carl Sagan

    ~ 350 Litre Tank Journal ~ ~ 30 Litre Tank Journal ~

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    Haha, oh :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandz View Post
    As long as a scuba tank is involved, you could make that 10k gallons and you will see me at breakfast lunch and dinner... in a wetsuit.
    +10000 my ideal tank is anything I can scuba dive in. Add some sort of underwater food delivery (for both the fish and myself), and there is no need to ever come out... oh, except for water changes

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    And oxygen tank changes so you can breathe lol

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    Hahah I have sooo many tanks in my "one day when I'm rich" category.

    one is a 150g SA planted biotope with dozens of cories, several species of dwarf cichlid, one of 2 big schools of tetra and either Altum Angels or wild caught Discus.

    Another is a 300g SA blackwater biotope with geos, severums, oscars, etc, and lots of big fancy cats and plecs.

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    Cool tanks

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    I'm easy t0 please : A pair 0f 300 gallon tanks, stacked. 1 SA full bi0 and 0ne cl0wn l0ach tank with exteri0r river manifold setup, side drilled. Super clean (n0 visible heaters, etc.) B0th with their 0wn sump setups with nice exp0sed refugiums set up in them. Planted, R0DI- s0 0n.
    When in d0ubt read it until it makes sense, then read it again!

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    Is this a realistic or skys the limit thing?

    I'd go for a 326,000,000,000,000,000,000 gallon monster tank, mostly SW but with some FW refugia.

    Gotta have sharks, because sharks are cool. At least 9,000 whale sharks.

    Such a big tank would need a sturdy stand, it'll probably need about 106,600,000,000,000,000,000 tons of solid iron.

    Prior to mixing, water would be purified by a distillation system producing 306,000,000,000,000 gallons per day.

    I know some people would consider them gaudy and fake-looking but I'd like to have a few volcanoes, maybe 600ish of them.

    Lighting would be provided by a fusion reactor, and a moonlight at night

    The rockwork would divide the tank into many sections, and some of it would break the water surface. These areas would be planted with terrestrial plants, since they're way easier to get than true aquatics, and create an ideal environment for keeping amphibians, reptiles and maybe some mammals too

    Wait do terrariums even count????
    Last edited by BIO-Linist; 07-30-2013 at 08:55 AM.

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    I'd be very happy with a home like Amano has:


    But I think I'd set it up as a paludarium.

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