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AQUARIUM AQUASCAPE – 2,000 GALLON FISH TANK SCAPE!!

Today we scape the 2,000 gallon aquarium with wood, sand and rocks! My stingrays and arowana will love this fish tank!!

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  1. Wood, rocks and sand… the hardscape of the 2,000G aquarium!
    With such big fish being added to the tank, and plants yet to be added… i think this turned out pretty good. What do you think?

  2. 😢😢😢he said he had sanded the wood so his fish can't get injured, RIP buddy, jk I know it was a freak accident just looking back this before it happen

  3. I am super worried about Joey getting in there with the fish and getting stung by one of the rays! Or stepping on a shed stinger hidden in the substrate… be careful my dude!

  4. Would it be safe to get a big chunk of wood from the woodland and put it in a tank? I'm getting a 4ft'er and would like one massive piece of wood going right down the back, but the prices of bogwood are just ridiculous and I can only find pieces that are a few inches long, under 1ft. What types of wood are safe and how would I prepare it to make sure it's safe for the fish, assuming it's had all sorts of critters crawling all over it or even living in it. I'll be getting rid of a 3ft'er so I could submerge the wood for a while.

  5. looks like it could use more sand. It's kind of spotty in places. Also, the bigger rock pile looks kind of, man made to me. I think that kind of randomizing the placement of small and big rocks a little better might help with that.

  6. Joey, bro the driftwood you have is freaking outrageous. Are you selling any of the unused driftwood? If not, can you let me know where you aqcuired that wood. its amazing. Please let me know.

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