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So many cool plants! That's a lot of plants and driftwood to get for that many tanks.
 

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Wow, amazing tanks.

I love this style of tank building because it looks so natural. I have yet to capture this with one of my builds.
 

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I agree, front opening tanks allow such easy access to creating certain more natural "looks". I have 1 tank like that but the glass fogs up quite a bit as there is not enough venting in front, I have to keep fans on it that runs a couple times a day. I would love it if rack systems like that were available here in the US.
 

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I agree, front opening tanks allow such easy access to creating certain more natural "looks". I have 1 tank like that but the glass fogs up quite a bit as there is not enough venting in front, I have to keep fans on it that runs a couple times a day. I would love it if rack systems like that were available here in the US.
Soon they will be. Hopefully I will have some pictures of the new vivs from DAS on Tuesday to share with everyone on the other thread.

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most of those tanks are huge and those joints run 2 or 300 bucks. I'm sure he built that entire rack system. I dont have any of those new style tanks. They havent grown on me yet. Though I seen a big one, I would love to have in my living room. Those frogs gotta be thank full becaues thats a nice bit of space for them, He only had pairs in the big viv`s. Nice.....
 

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Although he has great viv's but this style is 'standard' in Europe.
He only uses vivs that are a lot deeper than standard vivs. Shops in Belgium/Netherlands make vivs any size you want.
for example: Panguana.be
Terraria Examples

I'm more jealous how clean everything is in there.
 

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To give you an idea: Pricelist Terraria
Sizes are in cm, I'm not that familiar with gallons and stuff sorry.
My viv (180cm x 50cm x 100cm) with lightning (6x36watt pl) and exterior finish (black pvc plating) was 750€. Ofcourse it's only a fraction of total cost once completed.
 

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Nice tanks! Nice big, fat frogs, too.

-Troy
 

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Are the sides tree fern fiber panels or Epiweb panels? I really like the three sided look as it adds so much depth.
 

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As the tilte says, a wicked German frog room. Every tank is so well aged and thought out. Most people would be happy with just one of these tanks, but he has like 20 :eek:

Froschraum Tour Neu - YouTube

The key words there are aged and thought out. It takes 2-3 years before you get those mosses and plants to fill in so nicely like that.

The thing I appreciate about his vivs which is what I aim for is the simpliclity of them. They are naturlistic looking with a variety of plant material and alot of floor space for the frogs to move around.

Hopefully my frog room will look like that in a few years
 

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Seeing rooms and tanks like that makes me want more money. It would be awesome to have a clean well thought out frog room like that.
 

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Seeing rooms and tanks like that makes me want more money. It would be awesome to have a clean well thought out frog room like that.
It is awesome. I planned out mine for a year before we purchased the house. I bought all new euro style vivs and built racks similar to the ones in the video. Its nice when everything is uniform. Plus the large vivs are quite impressive. I think the larger the better, although money become an issue at some point.
 

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Brings this room to mind.... clean setups like this always make me insanely jealous.

It's only missing one thing- awesome narration in English with a thick German accent.

Zees ist dee room of fraugs, fraulein....
 
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