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2,000G tank stocking and Stingray aquarium update!

Today I update you guys on my freshwater stingray aquarium and discuss possible stocking options for the 2,000 gallon aquarium in the aquarium gallery, as well as initial plans for it.

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  1. Hey guys, I have a quick question. My friend is going to give me his 110 gallon aquarium and I am going to get rid of my other ones in my room to make more room for it. My room is upstairs and the room I have planned for it is across the about 5 to 6 support beams and it is a relatively new house, about a year old. It will be on one of the main house walls that has concrete blocking, do you think that the floor will support the tank?

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