My Sal****er Reef tank.........

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  1. Reeforbust

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    Teehee. The system does not allow for the word t-w-a-t, so you cannot even type out sal-t-w-a-t-er tank...

    But you can post photos of it!
    And you did!
    And they are amazing. Very crisp and clear. I think I like the last best of all, though it is really hard to tell if there is a "best" out of all these three very good ones.
     
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    #3 Makes me think of some sci-fi movies. I think it's hard to imagine any stranger critters than we have in the sea. Something about this makes my skin crawl. I can just imagine the ungulating tentacles grasping about for food. I love it!
     
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    T-W-A-T....!!!! Ohhhh....I was trying to figure out what I spelled:lol: Yeah, guess tha is a bad word.

    Thanks for the compliments....The tanks finally lookin good!

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    I've got a Brittle Starfish and let me tell ya......When you get ahold of that thing, your spine will shiver with the E-B-Geebee's!!!!!:lol:
     
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    LMAO oh my god, fun with profanity filters.

    Aside from that, Great shots!
     
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    cool shots, amazing tank!
     
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    Yeah, one forum I went on once didn't allow me to use my name Jophassa as it contained a certain obscenity.

    I am guessing those pics are through the glass. How about investing in an underwater case so you can take the best pics possible?
     
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    Naaaaa, most of my "through the glass" pics turn out good enough for me. I would rather spend the money on more coral!!
     
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    nice shots, really like the last two... :thumbup:
     
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    I must say that your fish tank is might impressive. Care to indulge us all with a pic. of the whole thing?

    How big is the tank? And I hope you dont live in a neighbourhood which experiences many drive-bys. A stray bullet would be most unfortunate.
     
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    But someday it will all grow up and be cool.:D


    It's a 125 gallon tank with a 46 gallon sump under the cabinet. 6 feet long, 18 inches deep and 24 inches tall.

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