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Default Malawi tank setup at my job

So the children's hospital here where I work added a Malawi themed tank while I was out. (I was out for over a year with a shoulder injury). I figured I'd share this quick video of it. It's a huge tank, I just wish they would've filled it with some cyphos or a huge colony or Trophs. Regardless it's a nice tank and the kids seem to love it. Also the lighting needs work since whatever lighting they used makes the water seem dark green. Sorry for the shaky iPhone video. Enjoy!

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WOW, that was HUUGE Tank!

I bet the TX people will Love that one!

Nice! Thanks for Sharing Cano!
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