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Author Topic: Sparta High School 180G  (Read 64 times)

Offline laurentwatts

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Sparta High School 180G
« on: September 16, 2017, 08:48:17 PM »
Well,

I have finally gotten my old 180g setup at the high school for the biology teacher to use as a teaching tool.  Tank is cycled and ready for new residents. 

The teacher will be making the students do the research on all inhabitants for the tank to find compatibility, the right habitat, food requirements etc.  I really look forward to sharing more pictures as they evolve the tank.