Originally Posted by SHUKS
The red thing you see in the top left corner is a piece of cardboard supporting the back of the tank so it doesnt lean against the wall and the water line stays level. I have one is both corners holding the tank back from the wall and making the tank level so the glass doesnt crack.
I saw on the news about an arowana that was stolen from a resturant show tank. The fish was I think a Golden or was it a Red Arowana. But it was fitted with a "Lo-Jack" for fish. The price of this fish was in the thousands due to the rarity of the thing.
They would plant a small device into these particular Arawanas due to the price. So if any got stolen they would turn on the "Lo-Jack" and would be able to detect any where in the world the fish is.
Iv'e seen them in LFS's when they are young. What is that thing that hangs down on the fry?
Seems like you don't have the tank stand setup right. If your tank leans towards the back when filled you should place some wood shims under the stand. This will help level off your tank and will improve your chances of not damaging the tank and wall it is leanning against.
In CA if you had this tank set up this way and an Earth Quake hit the tank would start slamming into the wall and will break.
BTW what type filter do you run in your 75 gal tank. That is a spraybar on the left side of the tank isn't it???
Glad to hear that you dicided to up the ferts. Like I said in previous PM's I sent you. You need to up the levels to get rid of your algae. Good boy!! Good boy!!!