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Old 01-07-2013, 10:23 PM   #11 
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It is all a matter of personal preference. I like my tanks heavily planted. So much so that you can't see out the backs, and you often have to search for the fish. Other people like bare bottom tanks with only a floating plant.
+1!
Definitely agree with you there.
I've been slowly trying to build my tanks up to what you are talking about, but it requires a lot of money to start up! I think right now about 50% of my floor is covered
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I think it looks very beautiful :)
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