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Does lighting from below meet the requirements of this section?


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I sure hope that aquarium is well insulated.

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gloryosky, where is that stewnods flash coat and hood

I would have to say the belly is effectively blocking the up light

and, I don't see a blanket under that tank either...sheesh this guy is really askin" for it


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Those fish aren't pharina, are they? They don't look like electric eels...

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Would the glass/plexiglass body of the aquarium be sufficent insulation? It looks like it's also got a pretty hefty black plastic base.

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The rocks in the base of the tank give him a good non-slip finish to stand on.

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you do realize we could double the size of the codebook if we added the stupidity factor.....(or perhaps cut its size in half.....)


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