Sweet video check it out :)

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    saw this episode on nat geo the other night. thought id share

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lumUfCJHUgo]YouTube - Wild Pacific "Fragile Paradise" 2009 Coral Gardening in Fiji[/ame]
     
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    Dana42078 Dana

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    Holy shit, thats a pretty cool vid
     
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    BL1 ............. Moderator

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    Thats amazing! Those were some beautiful SPS too, I want a cool job like that
     
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    Very nice cage. Thanks for posting that. Wouldn't it be great if corals grew that fast in our tanks?
     
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    PRC Stop Quoting Me!

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    So that's what it has come down to. We're going to have to frag the ocean back together. Before I got into the hobby I read a story about a similar thing going on in the Caribbean. Really cool video. Funny how much it resembled a giant frag tank.
     
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    thats a cool video.......never knew anything went on like that......learn something new everyday!!!!
     
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    lol ya i love the colors on the sps man its insane, n ya it wwould be reall nice if our stuff grew like that. makes me think what i could be doing better lol +1 on the giant frag tank lol hes doin it BIG
     
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    that was amazing, i want to steal that sps for my tank. So in other words, we should be getting 20 watts per gallon just for sps XD that can be done!

    how cool would it be though to have the entire ocean as your playground! I would love that to be my tank.
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    Those are some dang nice corals.
    I rememder seeing that on nat geo a while back.
     
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    theres another sweet vid im trying to find of the reefs they filmed but im not havin any luck :\
     
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    Thanks for sharing Cage!I didn't realize they were doing that over there.
     
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    That's a smart way to bring the reefs back! So when are they having a frag swap?
     
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