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UNBELIEVABLE AQUARIUMS

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Dmhcichlids, Feb 26, 2012.

  1. Dmhcichlids

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    I found these unbelievable dream aquariums. I always wanted to scuba dive so maybe I will get that one and kill two birds with one stone or maybe the one with the built-in fireplace. Hmmmm

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  2. jonclark96

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    Cool tanks, but I just don't like the look of the fake coral.
     
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    These guys may know how to install and maintain high-end large tanks, but they sure don't know how to decorate them.
     
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    Ha i would agree. The fake coral looks gross! Tanks are cool. But agreed, poorly decorated!

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    Maintenance is the issue. These aquariums are professionally installed and maintained. When someone is only coming in once a week to once a month to maintain the tank fake coral is the way to go.

    Real coral would just die from neglect and algae blooms would take over the tank.

    I think the tanks with fake coral look way better than the one reef tank pile of rock example (pictures 5 and 6) above.

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    I dont like saltwater tanks at all. But yeah cool. When i get a house with a pool i am going to turn the pool into a giant malawi pool.
     

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