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    Feel free to skip around, it's kinda slow at first. I feed towards the middle.

    What do ya think?
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    Re: New Video of Fish Tank

    It's time to move up to a bigger tank.

    Either a 55 gal or 100 gal. Less problems with your fish, less cleaning.

    Still, you have a good looking tank.
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      ^I have a 60 Gal across the room with my tropical turtle in it so I don't have much room right now. I had a 125 but I had to sell it. I'm moving out within the year so i'll end up tearing this one down before I have any size restraints.
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        Re: New Video of Fish Tank

        One time a tropical fish store was going out of business, so I bought 7 tanks of fish from them and I had 9 tanks set up in my house at one time!

        Too many, but I couldn't pass up a bargain. Anywho, I've had fresh water, salt water, and illegal fish. I've had a fresh water stingray and an octopus that I hand fed. What made the hobby so appealing to me was that I had a friend with the same hobby, and a fish store that would sell unusual fish.

        Now it's getting too expensive for young kids to have and that's a shame. Fish are far more interesting than a video game, and far more educational.

        I wish you luck on your "fishin".
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