Photo #4 - Atlantis - The Buried City - Danio's, Sumatr...

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Country: China
Description: the 80 gallon fish tank contsins a handmade (carved sandstone) landscape with several buildings. A “glowing in the dark” painted background, which simulates volcanic eruptions and some deep sea “black smoker” ….this gives an exciting ambient in the night A the transparent submarine, which contains a Beta Splendens (as Capt. Nemo). the submarine will be navigating through the fish-tank in sequential order, driven by the intelligent engineered water flow system. the tank is filtrated by 2x 10 gallon 50 Watt pumps
Advice: build sceneries for the actors (fishes)
Fish Kept: Danio's, Sumatra Barbs, glas-shrimp, zucchini catfish, gurami and red crayfishs
Corals/Plants: several grasses - plastic and natural
Tank Size: 80 gallons
About Yourself: one of the oldest hardcore aquaria freaks, and the first concept-theme fish tank builder in Asia

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Btw you should build the ewok theme mad sci-fi fish freaks out there I'm sure. You don't owe me anything for the idea run with it lol. Love to see more... fish avatar
I can't believe noones commented on this tank? It's flippin awesome. I bet you have the happiest fish on this site jus sayin... fish avatar

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