The computer stand was designed to hold a computer...not a 75 gallon fish tank.
It takes two people to move a 75 gallon aquarium when it is empty and it weighs about 850 pounds when filled with water. For this reason you should give a lot of thought to the type of fish tank stand that you want to support your 75 gallon aquarium.
- right now my 75 gallon fish tank is sitting on a wooden computer desk (photo below) with a large piece of wood on top. the desk has only 2 legs which stretches from the back to front on opposite ends, no support anywhere else
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My decision to start with a 75 gallon aquarium is simple. I wanted a lot of fish and I had room to place the tank in. Not that it made the whole buying process any easier.Description: Here is my updated 75 gallon aquarium. It has had the new filtration system working for about a week now and is doing awesome.
Since the last updated video I have taken out most of the plants, added an air pump, traded the hang on the back filter for the new overhead canister filter system and going forward I will slowly start removing the rock gravel cause I have decided to do a bare bottom tank for simplicity.
The fish in the tank are about 1 year old now and are healthier than ever. They are still growing but not as rapidly as the first 6 months I had them. My 8 Silver Dollars are about 3.5 to 5 inches in length. My 2 Green Severums are about 5 inches in length. And my 2 Turquoise Rainbows are around 1.5 to 2.5 inches (1 wont grow and the other has doubled in size in the last 5 weeks).
If you are interested in seeing the new canister filtration system I have just recently installed in this aquarium here is the link. 75 Gallon Fish Tank
2 Jack Dempsey 1 Green Terror 1 Cherry Dragon Flowerhorn 1 Polypterus Delhezi
I do 50% water change every week
"Led Zeppelin-Dazed And Confused", sound recording administered by: WMGA lot of people are growing interest in fish keeping as a hobby. However, only a genuinely passionate aquarist is going to think about expanding his fish tank. If you are one of those people who are getting serious about fish keeping, you might think of getting a bigger aquarium. You know what you need? A 75 gallon fish tank. This is my recent upgrade from 29 gallons to 75 gallons. My goldfish are very happy with it. I have 2 shubunkins from the rain garden in HI (only ones from the original 29 gallon tank), 1 common goldfish that my daughter saved from a crayfish tank at the pet store, 1 koi, 8 adorable panda corey catfish (they hang out in the coconut), 2 gold weather loaches, 1 brown spotted weather loach and 8 trapdoor snails.
The koi is a beautiful female platinum ogon that I will donate to someone's pond in CT when she becomes too large for the tank. I know I shouldn't have bought her for a tank but the woman at the fish store talked me into getting her even though I kept saying 75 gallons wasn't big enough for a koi. I don't know a lot about koi but I think she has really lovely shaped fins. She's so cute and seems very happy and healthy.
The feeder goldfish has more than doubled in size. It was one of the tiniest things I've ever seen with most of it's tail fin ripped off. He follows the panda coreys around because they are closer to his size than the big fish.There are a number of things to consider before choosing which of the best 75 gallon fish tanks is best for you and your fish. First and foremost, think about what kind of fish and how many fish you are planning to get. Is a 75 gallon fish tank really a good accommodation for your the size of your fish and its quantity? Second, think about placement. Do you have enough space at your home to locate the 75 gallon fish tank? Third, understand how nitrogen cycle works on high-volume tanks. 75 gallon fish tanks need more maintenance than the smaller sized ones. Also consider the right filtration equipment, sterilizers, aquarium, lighting, heater and thermometer.