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    Wish you all a happy and prosperous new year!! Starting this year with a tank which was one of the last few we setup last year. The client had a mbuna tank and was looking to upgrade the entire aquarium when he had place for something larger.He was keen on having wood and we reused the rocks from his mbuna tank to create the hardscape. Setting up the wood was one of the toughest and most complicated ones we have done. From getting the angles of the wood to creating the open space in the middle everything was planned and plotted for days before we setup. The fish consist of a mix of peaceful and active fish to give the client a variety of shapes and sizes..again different from the mbuna setup he had.
    As always we would love to know what you think!!

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    Lovely and relaxing to look at-even in a photograph.

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    Awesome looking blackwater biotope you got there!

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    Definitely worth the extra effort positioning the timber at the right angles. A job well done. Good on you
    We're here for a good time...not a long time

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    looks exceptional
    what size it is? 180gallon?

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    Great looking aquascape you've done here pal .

    The dimmed light effect follows the theme and the serenity of this blackwater biotope looking tank .

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    Thank you all for the kind words appreciate it!

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