InvaderJim's Deep Blue 80g shallow

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I wish there were more tanks available that don't have the standard proportions; shallow or long tanks are always so pleasing to scape and look at.
I agree. I wish there was a bigger market for them. Shallow tanks have always interested me more than tall ones.
 
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Mounted a few frags off the sand bed today finally.

Ive been going through a rough patch with my tanks lately. One of my clowns jumped out of the tank while I was at work one day. So now I’m working on getting a lid for the tank. Also Moved a torch and a frogspawn over to this tank in an attempt so save them, as all the euphyllia in my nano went south at the same time. I lost my favorite large 5 head torch yesterday.

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