210 gallon polypterus tank

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    :) I had the pic ready... Was messing around with the "markup" app on my phone! Heehee... Thank you for the tips
     
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    Looks great @FishBeast! Sumps can definitely be intimidating, especially doing it the first time. Looks like you did a very nice job. Good idea on the mechanical filtration addition in the sump. Quick, cheap, and easily replaceable is perfect.
     
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    Im excited to have another poly keeper here! Not a lot of us, especially with the big lower jaws. Cant wait to see them all on that garnet. :)
     
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    Thank you for the kind words @Cole! Hopefully it works well :)
     
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    Thank you @DMD123 for all the tips! I've been thinking about separating the albino from the group and maybe picking up one of those CB PBB to replace it ;) All in good time
     
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    Yeah the albino could be a potential snack one day....
    I would be jealous if you did get a pbb! On my wish list but Im kind of done with adding polys, still thinking to downsize a bit. I just am not sure who would go. I have six at the moment and have considered taking it down to five. The trouble maker endli would be the best to go but is a favorite.
     
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    Love the red sand you don't see that often. Giving me ideas for my next tank. Lol
     
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    Seeing those pics on MFK about poly eating made me think about that. Hehehe
    And if you get rid of Croc I would like dibs... although I am not sure if I can house him if he is used to an 8 foot tank LOL
     
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    There's a place in town you can get 'em... Kleen Blast in Tacoma
     
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