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Some pics of my tank

Rockthis11

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Here are some pictures of my tank. One is with the light on and one with the light off. I currently have my timmer set to leave the light on 8 hours a day.
 


Rockthis11

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thanks alot i love my new tank. Yes, i am planning on putting in an octo, but if youv read my last posts u know what trouble im having getting my tank started. So if anyone else has any more advice for me let me know :mrgreen:
 


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Tank looks HUGE and cool.
I ALWAYS preffur the LONG lengthy tanks, becuase if you have a TALL and not wide tank the octopus can't go anywere. There not good floaters. There walkers. They don't have a shell and they usually go exploring so LONG short tanks are the best.
 

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