Thursday, May 10, 2007

Practical Fishkeeping: George Farmer's nano tank

This is a great example from Practical Fishkeeping of a high tech nano tank. It's small, but absolutely beautiful! If you'd like to read more about the setup of this aquarium, check out George's Nano Aquarium Journal.

2 comments:

  1. It's lovely! Very green. The only 2 things that sort of bothered me was 1. the fish seem to be struggling against "current". I guess if they're a species who's habitat is a fast flowing stream this isn't a problem though. And 2. from an aesthetic point of view, the bulky looking machines around the tank bother me. I guess the one on the right is a co2 injecter? Call me an amateur but I prefer that the tank blend in with the surroundings, without too many wires and "machines". I'm a bit of a neat-nic about my house...and I'm female so...you know how we are about decorating. ;-)

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  2. Awesome. I just bought a 20 gallon Mega wall fish tank from www.bayshoreaquarium.com. Killer wall aquarium (it's 6 feet long and 3 feet tall!). I changed out the light and did a few minor tweaks, but I'm very happy with my coral reef wall fish tank.

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