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Old 02-17-2014, 01:04 PM
Location: Los Angeles
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Originally Posted by foxywench View Post
the biggest difference is simply volume and realy would depend on your goals for the tank...I love bowfronts for building some realy nice 3 dimensional rockwork great for cichlids and salt tanks...but they remove the longer footprint to make up for the depth of the bow. if your going to be doing longer bodied fast moving fish id go with a standard rectangular tank, if your going to be doing deep bodied/rounded fish, or lots of inverts or smaller fish, the bowfront can look realy cool

The orandas are round bodied and I plan a total of three of them for the future tank. Now where to buy that elusive panda oranda?
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