Wow, just got back from school and thanks guys for all the great comments!
thanks for the website I will check it out in 5 minutes, and good luck on your aquarium too! @skanderson
after some more researches I decided probably I would go with a 55-60 gallon aquarium now considering it will be much safer.
Here is one of the greatest journey thread I've came across some month ago, I'll post the link here for anyone who is interested, it is called Tom's Bucket O'Mud, the tank size is 63 gallons.
here is one more inspiration,
Biotope in my study, a low-tech natural aquarium « tuncalik.com ? Natural Aquariums and Sustainable Life
oh really? I haven't thought about that yet...I guess I still need to look more onto those cypress knees, but since this biotope is around Big Cypress
National Reserve, I thought it would make sense to use some cypress knees. Once again, thanks guys
It is currently snowing outside and nearby ponds are all frozen, but I guess I'll go check it out (maybe there are still critters swimming around under the frozen surface) later in the day. As to pictures, as being said before, would you guys be interested to see some of the critters I caught 2 weeks ago? Because I am still at my research stage, and most likely I will be building my own aquarium (if I can get the permission from my dad
Just going to toss in a question here, would I be better off buying an aquarium or build my own? (cheaper the better, well duh
and what material are the best? Plastic or Glass?