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Quick shot of the 200g Deep Dimension SPS tank


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    I find myself staring at it everytime I walk in. The growth is incredible and fast!! It seems like only a month ago Kirby was sticking frags into the rocks.

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    My favorite display tank in the store!
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    Tanks like that make me so happy I have the cube! I am pretty certain that as long as funds and space allow it I will always a tank of 36 inches from the way.

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    @Heidi you lost me at "allow it"

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    That is one sweet tank. Deep dimensions....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsflies View Post
    @Heidi you lost me at "allow it"
    What I meant was....
    As long as I have enough room in my house
    and
    As long as My husband has a job

    I will have a tank that is at least 3 feet "deep" from the wall.


    Glad to clarify hehehe

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