Cold water corals video

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    PRC Stop Quoting Me!

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    Amazing. I would've never thought that they would be there. On top of that, they look surprisingly similar to what we keep in our tanks. Great video Yote.
     
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    Very cool, Yote! I knew there were sponges of sorts in the Arctic, but I can't believe how much life there is, how colorful everything is, and (like PRC said) how similar everything is to what we keep in our aquariums!
     
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    It's a shame that ships are plowing through the area, though...
     
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    Very cool....just goes to show we are so far away from knowing hardly anything about the oceans.
     
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    incredible...thanks for sharing :Cheers:
     
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    Yote,
    Iv'e see a COLD WATER Aquarium and they are pretty spectacular.

    Very Rare to see in the Home. Maybe that will change someday???
     
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    Thanks yote. Great find.
     
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    Wow,I never thought that was even possible in the Arctic!

    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    A cold/deep water reef would be awesome to keep.But not with my budget.:sad:
     
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    awsumfish SHARK!!!!!!!!

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    Copy that....Imagine maintaining water Temp and Parameters in the opposite direction....I'm SCARED. LOL.
     
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    That is amazing! New target market; outdoor aquariums in Canada, Russia, etc
     
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    woot! that is what I get to setup at work all the time :D now THOSE i know how to setup and play with! now, i'm using ocean water so i don't have to worry about keeping things cool, but thats totally what i wanna do here at home! LOL

    that article was pretty cool and really right on with some of the info there :)
     
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