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Photo Caption: There are 2 ~22 gallon tanks built into a beer pong table. The table is fully sealed on the outside and there is ventilation underneath the table to provide air circulation for the tanks. Tanks are approx. 5' x 8" x 10" each. There is an automated ball washer (separate water source; sealed and isolated) for washing ping pong balls in play. Lighting is always brighter in tank than in room so fish dont seem to notice beer pong much. Table/tanks built from scratch. *Heating* 1 - 100W HYDOR theo heater 1 - 100W Marineland Visitherm Stealth *Lighting* 4 - 20W Natural Light Fluorescent Bulbs (strip) alternatively, 4 - 20W Black Light Bulbs (Strip) *Filtration* 4 - Fluval 2plus internal filters, live plants
fish tank picture - There are 2 ~22 gallon tanks built into a beer pong table. The table is fully sealed on the outside and there is ventilation underneath the table to provide air circulation for the tanks. Tanks are approx. 5' x 8" x 10" each. There is an automated ball washer (separate water source; sealed and isolated) for washing ping pong balls in play. Lighting is always brighter in tank than in room so fish dont seem to notice beer pong much. Table/tanks built from scratch. *Heating* 1 - 100W HYDOR theo heater 1 - 100W Marineland Visitherm Stealth *Lighting* 4 - 20W Natural Light Fluorescent Bulbs (strip) alternatively, 4 - 20W Black Light Bulbs (Strip) *Filtration* 4 - Fluval 2plus internal filters, live plants

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: There are 2 ~22 gallon tanks built into a beer pong table. The table is fully sealed on the outside and there is ventilation underneath the table to provide air circulation for the tanks. Tanks are approx. 5' x 8" x 10" each. There is an automated ball washer (separate water source; sealed and isolated) for washing ping pong balls in play. Lighting is always brighter in tank than in room so fish dont seem to notice beer pong much. Table/tanks built from scratch. *Heating* 1 - 100W HYDOR theo heater 1 - 100W Marineland Visitherm Stealth *Lighting* 4 - 20W Natural Light Fluorescent Bulbs (strip) alternatively, 4 - 20W Black Light Bulbs (Strip) *Filtration* 4 - Fluval 2plus internal filters, live plants
Advice: dont listen to me, i suck at this. fluval internal filters suck too.
Fish Kept: *Tank 1* 6 Black Skirt Tetra 3 Orange Glowfish (Danios) 2 Ghost Molly 3 Dalmation Molly 2 Algae Eaters 1 Sunburst Molly (need to get rid of somehow) *Tank 2* 6 Zebra Danio 4 Lyretail Guppy 5 Tiger Barb 3 Algae Eater 2 Yellow Glowfish (plan to add more) 1 Platy (need to get rid of somehow)
Corals/Plants: Various
Tank Size: 40 gallons
About Yourself: UT undergraduate student studying Physics and Mechanical Engineering.

COMMENTS

I love your tank. It is so creative. Provides a nice view for you and your fish. fish avatar despina
Awesome tank! Engineering at its finest. fish avatar Corey

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