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A short update of my 8ft tank and 5ft sump filtration set up. Still changing the white filter wool in the top tank overflow area every 6 weeks and very little to the sump.

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Think I might have to agree. We have 8 tanks of varying sizes. Biggest being 5ft long to the smallest of being 2ft. All of different kinds of fish.
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The keeping of fish in an aquarium became a popular hobby and spread quickly. In the United Kingdom, it became popular after ornate aquaria in cast-iron frames were featured at the of 1851. In 1853, the aquarium craze was launched in England by who created and stocked the first public aquarium in the which came to be known as the Fish House. Gosse coined the word "aquarium", opting for this term (instead of "aquatic vivarium" or "aqua-vivarium") in 1854 in his book . In this book, Gosse primarily discussed saltwater aquaria. In the 1850s, the aquarium became a fad in the United Kingdom. Tank designs and techniques for maintaining water quality were developed by Warington, later cooperating with Gosse until his critical review of the tank water composition. developed these glass-fronted aquaria in his 1858 patent for a "dark-water-chamber slope-back tank", with water slowly circulating to a reservoir beneath. Bruce the australian barramundi in 8ft tank with oscars, silver dollars, silver sharks and a featherfin catfish
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This is a quick video of the 8ft setup for my Lake Tanganyika cichlids that are currently in a 3ft tank. Up until a few weeks ago this 8ft tank was our community tank for many years. If you visit my channel you will see a few videos of this same tank set up in different ways with different fish.

This tank has a 5ft sump setup underneath in the cabinet (if you are interested in seeing the sump setup you can view this on my channel).

I am just waiting a few days to let everything settle and then I will be placing the fish in and also using the Eheim 2180 filter off their current tank for around 4-5 weeks until this tank and sump are established.

If you have any suggestions or questions I would be happy to hear from you.
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This is my 8ft tank that I change the decorations every 6-8 months.

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Any suggestions of improvement will also be appreciated.
Thanks for viewing.

Please visit my channel to view more aquariums and fish at Firstly I do apologize for the camera work and my babbling and when I say Japanese mattern, I actually mean Japanese filter matting... Doh!

This is my 8ft tank with 5ft sump filtration.
I do hope this is of interest to someone.
I have been asked many times to explain this sump but when I do to have it running, so here it is.

Lake Tanganyika fish so far.
6 x wild caught Neolamprologus mustax
2 x Altolamprologus calvus "White Pearl"
2 x Altolamprologus calvus "Black Pectoral"
1 x Altolamprologus compressiceps "Goldhead"
2 x Altolamprologus compressiceps "Gold"?
1 x Neolamprologus leleupi - Lemon Cichlid
4 x Neolamprologus Brichardi - Princess Cichlid
3 x Neolamprologus pulcher - Daffodil Princess cichlid
3 x lamprologus brevis

None Tanganyikan fish.
1 x Gyrinocheilos aymonieri - Golden Chinese algae eater
1 x Ancistrus cirrhosus -common bristlenose catfish

Please ask questions and if you have any suggestions I would like to hear from you too.

If interested please view my channel for other similar related fish, tanks, sump, filtration, canisters etc below.

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Cheers.In 1832, , a pioneering French marine biologist, became the first person to create aquaria for experimenting with aquatic organisms. In 1836, soon after his invention of the , Dr. proposed to use his tanks for tropical animals. In 1841 he did so, though only with aquatic plants and toy fish. However, he soon housed real animals. In 1838, noted owning a , though he did not use the term. In 1846, maintained and for almost three years, and was credited as the creator of the first balanced marine aquarium in London. English chemist experimented with a 13-gallon container, which contained goldfish, , and , creating one of the first stable aquaria. The aquarium principle was fully developed by Warington, explaining that plants added to water in a container would give off enough oxygen to support animals, so long as their numbers do not grow too large. He published his findings in 1850 in the .