View Poll Results: Choose your Tank Of The Month

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    67 26.27%
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    1 0.39%
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    49 19.22%
  • 4

    28 10.98%
  • 5

    8 3.14%
  • 6

    2 0.78%
  • 7

    5 1.96%
  • 8

    0 0%
  • 9

    70 27.45%
  • 10

    25 9.80%
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    Beautiful tanks all. Good luck





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    I'm impressed with them all!!
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    Wonderful tanks!



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    I'm partial to number 3. I know this tank's owner in person and know that he/she keeps that tank immaculate, and works extremely hard on it. Plus, I love the hardscape design.



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    ^ hmmm, you kow them in person but dont know their gender?

    10 got my vote




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    I voted for #3 because I have seen the evolution of this tank Looks good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cam191919 View Post
    ^ hmmm, you kow them in person but dont know their gender?

    10 got my vote
    She probably didn't want to give away any clues as to whose it is by specifying gender.
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    #4 Is definitely the nicest tank, but I'm sorry to say I had to vote for #1 to pull ahead of #9 one more vote.
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    Go number 9!
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    Definately some amazing tanks this month. I just wish competition could be split up into fresh and salt tanks, and perhaps even split them into size catagories so we'd have like 4 or 8 competitions total. Maybe do fresh one month and salt the next. It's so hard comparing fresh vs. salt tanks, and the bigger the tank the more it seems can be done with it in either case, so it seems the bigger tanks have an edge. Lots of BEAUTIFUL tanks this month though, that's for certain!
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