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Submitted By: alex on
Photo Caption: it's hard to take pics with no glare, even harder to take them when all the fish are out! (and even still only 1/2 the fish are pictured.) the tan k is 4ft front to back; it's real hard to capture that perspective from a dead-on front angle
540 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - it's hard to take pics with no glare, even harder to take them when all the fish are out! (and even still only 1/2 the fish are pictured.) the tan k is 4ft front to back; it's real hard to capture that perspective from a dead-on front angle

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: This is a custom 540gal tank.
Advice: if anything, read the advice of the top 10 rated tanks!!! and read as much material as you can - internet, books, word of mouth. and there's no such thing as overkill when it comes to maintaining your water quality!
Fish Kept: lots
Corals/Plants: SPS
Tank Size: 540 gallons
Quote: Intelligent men build machines to do the work for them.

COMMENTS

My favourite. fish avatar
What are the dimensions of your tank? I'm finding most of the tanks on this site,as far as the huge ones, are not calculated right and are much smaller then posted. However I feel by your profile that you are knowledgable and also added the comment :custom 560 so i'm inclined to believe your. Anyway, beautiful tank. Its hard to tell the size by the pic. You should take a picture from farther away so as to give more perspctive. Nice tank. Peace. fish avatar
not the most eye-catching, but the most natural looking, IMHO fish avatar

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