Avoiding twist is the key here. Tanks are strong if we don't put that twist in, so one idea that helps if we need to move it a long way is to add something really firm and solid under that ankd. We can often pry an end yuup after lowering the water and then gradually shim and pry it up to get something that will not twist placed under the whole tank. The solid item like a door, that does twist can then act as "handles" for helpers and then when one person falls a bit behind on even lifting, the board will not twist and break the tank.
If you think about it, getting four folks in exact same pattern for lifting is pretty hard.
It can be done but do keep in mind that it is a hazard and tanks don't really let us know that are about to break. First warning is that big, awful pop!
Can be a good idea to have a bucket of tank water handy---just in case you need to move some critters?