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Old 11-27-2013, 11:35 PM   #81 
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I love Pokemon! ^_^ Getting a little off topic, though, sorry.


Hahaha we are. =P

here, I'll get us back on track.

WOW you can watch TV AND watch your fish at the same time XD
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Old 11-28-2013, 02:55 AM   #83 
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You guys should watch the TV program Tanked. These guys produce the most epic acrylic tanks on earth.
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You guys should watch the TV program Tanked. These guys produce the most epic acrylic tanks on earth.
I watch that show time to time and it's AWESOME!
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Old 11-28-2013, 11:47 AM   #85 
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I watch that show time to time and it's AWESOME!
I watch it too! :)
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Old 11-28-2013, 01:33 PM   #86 
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That show is my life, man. ._.
Also the Mac aquarium is 3.5 gallons and comes with a Tetra Whisper filter, so the guy making it seems to know at least something about fish care. You can easily put a feeding hole too. Not sure about ventilation tho.
And that coffee table aquarium is on petco's website.
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I'm not a fan of Tanked. It was a great show at first. Then they started doing extreme designs like a skateboard ramp, drum set etc etc. They say these tanks are vibration proof and completely safe. But what fish wants to see something scary coming at them? I feel that it would stress the fish out.
I think I heard the husband made his wife a betta tank once and spelled betta as beta. Idk. Their designs are getting too extreme for me.
I've also read on monster fish forums that many of the tank designs (like the taller ones) aren't well suited for some of the fish they put in them. But maybe that's more a personal opinion? I haven't done much research on many of the fish they use in those tanks.

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Old 11-28-2013, 03:16 PM   #88 
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I would love something like that for my hamster... Granted I'd need HUGE tubes because she's a syrian.. but cleaning it... oof.

For fish? never. I wonder how they were able to fill those tubes like that in the first place?
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I'm not a fan of Tanked. It was a great show at first. Then they started doing extreme designs like a skateboard ramp, drum set etc etc. They say these tanks are vibration proof and completely safe. But what fish wants to see something scary coming at them? I feel that it would stress the fish out.
I think I heard the husband made his wife a betta tank once and spelled betta as beta. Idk. Their designs are getting too extreme for me.
I've also read on monster fish forums that many of the tank designs (like the taller ones) aren't well suited for some of the fish they put in them. But maybe that's more a personal opinion? I haven't done much research on many of the fish they use in those tanks.

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I liked it at first.. but they never went into the nitrogen cycle.. how to clean and maintain anything. Not to mention those tanks always looked way too overstocked.
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I liked it at first.. but they never went into the nitrogen cycle.. how to clean and maintain anything. Not to mention those tanks always looked way too overstocked.
That was my thing too. But I figured they were probably selling a lot of products to kick start the cycle or something. Because if they didn't, there'd be a lot of unhappy customers and the show wouldn't be going as well as it is.

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