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Old 06-02-2009, 05:27 AM   #1
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Aquascape my tank


I feel like my tank is just a big cluster. which i kind of like in the natural sence but really want to clean it up and make it look AWESOME. check out my picks and maybe shoot me some ideas on what i can do with what i have!! thanks
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You might try making a background, mid-ground and foreground. Shorter plants in front. You can vary how these run into each other so that you don't have strict tiered straight lines. It also gives the fish a little more swimming room. They tend to sleep or hide in the taller areas and swim and play in the shorter ones.
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