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12ft. Monster Move – Aquarium Design Group

Another lighthearted oriented movie, this features the giant gourami piglet who is owned by a caring hobbyist who considers her fish part of the family. This shows the whole process of breaking down the existing aquarium and replacing it with a new 12 foot aquarium for this 2-3 foot Giant Gourami and his compatriots!

 

12 ft. Monster Move - Aquarium Design Group

Posted January 17th, 2011.

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Aquarium Design Group Aquarium Makeover – Vol. 1

The first Aquarium Design Group makeover video, this light-hearted presentation shows a dentist office’s existing aquarium and how it went from ‘disaster’ status to being pristine with a beautiful new layout on a budget.

ADG Aquarium Makeover, vol. 1

Posted January 10th, 2011.

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Aquarium Design – Tanglerose

The Tanglerose hardscape design is focused on a new approach to driftwood placement and has a distinctly foreign feel due to the type of material and fish selected for use. The music selection compliments this to give the presentation a distinctly “indian” feel to it. There is a distinct impression of being in a foreign world that is both very different from our own culture and similar enough to be impactful.

Aquarium Design - Tanglerose

Posted January 3rd, 2011.

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The Iwagumi Challenge

Watch full coverage of the design and layout of the first American Iwagumi layout featuring rare Hakkai Stone. Learn how it was made, including adding a substrate, designing a hardscape, planting, and filling.

The Iwagumi Challenge

Posted December 19th, 2010.

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Albino cory catfish and flying foxes at feeding time.

Albino cory catfish and flying foxes at feeding time.

Albino cory catfish

Posted November 15th, 2010.

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Feeding a Marine Aquarium Video

Feeding a marine tank featuring a variety of tropical fish, some coral, and cultured, decorative macroalgae.

Posted November 1st, 2010.

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