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    I'm totally agreeing Miltonic, I'd love a nice reef tank rather than a jelly tank. We all have our own tastes though, but jellies seem dang hard to keep from what I know (very little). I don't find them boring, they are interesting, but the effort involved in keeping them just sounds somewhat insane. I'm going to try and talk to one of the caretakers of the MBA jelly tanks in the next few days, just to find out what it really takes to keep them, and which jellies are realistic for home keeping.

    Hopefully I will come back from that with some info for you AABatteries, rather than just sounding like I am being discouraging towards what i think is a pretty cool idea. I really do not want to discourage any hobbyist, just really really doubt they are anything but difficult to keep.
    No matter how much I learn or know I'm still gonna be a NOOB, but that doesn't mean I'm an idiot!

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    Hi guys I am new here coz of this thread... Very old thread and trying to get it alive... Please refer to the pic down here for my DIYed kreisel tank... I have proper as built drawing if anyone need it... Its still a on goin project as there is still no jellies in the tank yet... Thanks for the movie 7 pounds as it motivate me into this... enjoy...




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    This is the video for circulation simulation...

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    And this is the type of jellies I am putting in hopefully soon enough



    Anyone interested? hardly find someone who interested and feel so lonely...
    Just wish to have someone to discuss bout this awesome species

    Almost forgotten heres how the tank filteration works

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    that's pretty cool, really looks like you've put a lot of work into it. Where did you find the jellies?
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    That is very a impressive tank you are building!
    I am looking forward to the completion.
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    That's quite an interesting tank design. I had heard that they required round tanks, I had assumed that the tank would have to by cylindrical vertically, not horizontally. Just goes to show that you learn something new here all the time! Good luck with it and post pictures when you've got your jelly fish. You may just inspire some other folks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lobsternoob
    that's pretty cool, really looks like you've put a lot of work into it. Where did you find the jellies?
    Actually I used up 2 whole evening (6pm-12am) for the tank building and 1 for testing... Not too hard indeed... Its actually even more headache to source a round acrylic...
    I am getting the jellies from the beach nearest to place I stay which will take bout 1.5 hours driving... That will be a seanettles

    Quote Originally Posted by Northernguy
    That is very a impressive tank you are building!
    I am looking forward to the completion.
    I am working on the tank stand and starting to cycle the tank before the first batch of jellies in... Hope will see something in my tank within this 2 weeks time...

    Quote Originally Posted by fins_n_fur
    That's quite an interesting tank design. I had heard that they required round tanks, I had assumed that the tank would have to by cylindrical vertically, not horizontally. Just goes to show that you learn something new here all the time! Good luck with it and post pictures when you've got your jelly fish. You may just inspire some other folks!
    You're right that they need to be cylindrical type but both vertical and horizontal type have pros and cons after my research... In 7 pounds, its vertical one... But a true Kreisel is horizontal... This is just a pilot project and if it successful, I will built a larger scale one probably a 3' cylinder as a display tank in my house... cant wait for that day to come
    Last edited by hyen; 04-26-2009 at 05:55 PM.

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