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NYEric

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The bigget I had seen before that was a friend of mine who owned a plastic company. It was about 10' wide b 8' tall x 3' deep. and not as nice. Thanx for the lead.
 
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Park Bear

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Dave, a friend of mine did something like this in his garage in Huber Heights. He installed a pool filter. It was impressive like this one. He good grow some really large fish. He died a few years back.
 

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I think fish people are really missing out by not keeping some big fish in pools. Indoor pools or ponds would be easy to build compared to a glass tank. The freshwater stingrays and large catfish are most beautiful when viewed from above, like koi.

Imagine a pond in your basement with stingrays and shovelnose cats and landscaped with a jungle of orchids. Heck why put it in the basement, sounds like a great living room to me. No more low humidity. :clap:
 
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Bolero

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The is an uber fish tank.......it's just amazing.

Can you imagine that we just empty the water out and grow orchids in there. It could look like a jungle paradise.......lol.
 

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Bolero said:
The is an uber fish tank.......it's just amazing.

Can you imagine that we just empty the water out and grow orchids in there. It could look like a jungle paradise.......lol.
Theoretically, you could build up the sides and grow water loving orchids, disas, phrags, etc.:clap:
 
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Park Bear

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If my house were bigger Lance, I would have a lot of what you describe.
 

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