Some photos after 'the big move'...

Photos of tanks and ponds that you have, or have seen.
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Tim
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Re: Some photos after 'the big move'...

Post by Tim » Wed Mar 23, 2011 10:47 am

Great pics Jo! Looking live a zoo! You'll be able to charge admission soon!!
1.7.0 various Map's
1.1.0 YBS
0.1.0 RES
1.2.0 northern diamondback
0.1.0 common snapper

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Re: Some photos after 'the big move'...

Post by ChrisR » Wed Mar 23, 2011 4:46 pm

Many years ago I had a room like that, but in the end I had kids and something had to go! We could not give the kids back, so we sold the turtles instead.

Chris (enviously)

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Re: Some photos after 'the big move'...

Post by Neil » Wed Mar 23, 2011 7:02 pm

ChrisR wrote:We could not give the kids back...
...but you tried, right? ~wsltng
0.1.0 - Chelydra serpentina
*.*.* - Graptemys ouachitensis
*.*.* - Pseudemys concinna
*.*.* - Pseudemys nelsoni
*.*.* - Trachemys scripta elegans
*.*.* - Trachemys scripta scripta

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Re: Some photos after 'the big move'...

Post by ChrisR » Thu Mar 24, 2011 4:08 pm

Absolutely!

Turtles are a lot less trouble than kids! And cheaper.

Chris

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Re: Some photos after 'the big move'...

Post by Blakemattyb » Thu Mar 24, 2011 10:23 pm

ChrisR wrote:Absolutely!

Turtles are a lot less trouble than kids! And cheaper.

Chris
am not sure i could convince my lass of that
One male River Cooter

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Re: Some photos after 'the big move'...

Post by Keelan » Tue Mar 26, 2013 1:55 am

That Is astonishing, to keep up with all those tanks running, water changes, filter changes, maintenance of lighting pumps, lighting, filter media, tank durability, checking PH/Chem levels, Feeding them all and all the in betweens....

This is truly something to behold. :,)

The amount of hours and money that go into this, I salute you

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