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http://www.thegreenmachineonline.com/articles/journals/natures-chaos-aquascape-james-findley-journal This 150 x 150 x 75 cm Nature Aquarium by professional aquascaper James Findley is growing in beautifully - it is definitely one of the most stunning works we have ever had on display. Many thanks to James Findley, the creator of Nature's Chaos and founder of The Green Machine - the aquascape is a true testament to his skill and artistic ability. You can see more of James' iconic work in our Aquatics Gallery. http://www.thegreenmachineonline.com
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i dont have it. im tired all the time, unknown cause. i cant even watch whole movie in one pass without falling asleep.
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wondering what the red stripy shrimp was towards the end of the video. Awesome work guys, very inspiring !
I want to handcraft some detailed rocks for a nano aquarium.
For other curius on this subject i use Super Sculpey just make sure you harden it well so no liquid are left inside the clay that could harm fish.
(its not poisons just unwanted bacteria inside, from what i'm been told)
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we have to clean hole tank or only change water?
just me, okay.
the fish are just extra, the focus of the work is not the fish... it's the plant, terrain and their combination... heck it could be without the fish for that matter
those are by no means 'crappy' fish btw, they are used commonly in large aquarium where larger shoals of fish moving in unison can create a much better effect than mere handful or even a dozen fish.
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The shrimp eat all the algae and the plants add oxygen to the water increasing the lifespan of the shrimp and and fish thus all the algae is eaten
and i always loved your work, James!
He transformed it into a jungle
Thank you very much for the idea. Wish you long and healthy life!
I could do it. With total confidence I could walk into your shop and hide your aquarium hardware almost totally from view if not totally from view. And so could you good sir. With aquarium mastery of your skill level you can, and should, hide the heaters, in-take and out-take hoses, co2 monitors and probes and so forth. There are commercial in-line heaters on the market. They can also be easily and cheaply made from acrylic. Beautiful work sir. Breath taking. So why don't you hide that ugly hardware? With some time and careful planning I could do it.
Haha just kidding, it's a great video
To watch this made me totally relaxed. This is pure art!
and what are those tiny catfish eating algea? are they otocinclus?
... i keep dreaming that, too... this hobby is like a drug, but legal.
i was just kidding
Wow! I'm sorry to hear that : ). It's an all consuming passion and a full time investment. Only the strong survive
How do you stop the gravel from mixing when cleaning it?
2 small bala sharks
3 small silver dollars
2 zebra danios
What fish do you recommend I add?
could have used a paintbrush with longer handle....could have been easier
And truly inspiring.
Otherwise, nice job
Thanks for sharing this video, I will try to visit to see with my own eyes. Truly an incredible piece of art.
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I will say their tanks are of amazing quality and worth the money if you can get one (USA).
My point is, Britain lost 3.1million lives. Can you imagine losing that many soldiers, and then just a few decades later fighting another world war for 3 years whilst your largest and most powerful 'ally' sits back and pretends everything is fine? So yes forgive me when I laugh in the face of every American that says they saved us. America helped. Nothing more.
Would the outcome have been any different? Nope.
Britain had already broken the back of Germany, America just swept up the mess.
Sorry if it's been said somwhere, but what is lighting the tank?
That is really great to hear you ship to the US. So that means you can ship Tropica plants to the US? That would be awesome!