Coral Reef Tank & Red Sea Tank
When I bought my shop from the previous owner, I had to deal with marine tanks, because this guy was a marine aquarium fan... He had 2 exposition tanks, one (155 X 85 X 60 cm see photo above) filled with medium-large sized fish and another one ( 100 X 50 X 50 cm se photo below) with only invertebrates. I have to tell you that, after a while, I decided not to keep these marine tanks anymore ( it was a kind of "moral" decision, because I wanted to sell only breeded animals and cloned plants and at the time the only breeded marine fish was the Amphiprion ), but in the first months I had to restore these two tanks, and I did something nice to watch, even if not so spectacular... At the time I didn't have much money, so I had to work with what I was at hand... In the big tank I couldn't use invertebrates because, every now and then, I was forced to add some medicines, so I tried to create something colored by using acrylic paint on calcareous rocks (Coral Reef tank, photo above). In the other one, I have so many invertebrates that the only thing I had to do, was to find a nice way to show them (Red Sea tank, photo below).