A Quick Look Around My 448 Gallon Reef Tank


I’m working on a full show to bring you up to speed on my 450g tank. In the meantime, here’s something to keep everyone from coming after me for lack of video updates!

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Comments for this article (14)

  • Gustavo says:

    Your tank looks amazing, thanks for the quick preview on the tank and the live stock, and also for the great job on you did on the virtual tank build and chemistry and automation programs they really helped!
    They’re a must have for any reefer

  • Mitch says:

    I would like to see a frag tank and seperate refugium for this tank.

  • Jack Shellsea says:

    Beautiful Mark. All your animals look so happy and healthy.. now let’s go under the hood and see what keeps those animals so healthy.

  • Mark H. says:

    Pretty sweet Mark, when can we expect the webcam access?

  • 2 words come to mind……awesome & jealous !!! Compared to my 65g lol . Its great , beautifull & cant wait for the full update keep
    Thanks in advance
    Wes T.

  • Thanks Gustvo! I’ve got a new webinar based program coming out soon!

  • Mitch…no space for a big enough refugium to make a difference. And I don’t have a nutrient problem in the tank. Frag tank is in the fish room behind the tank

  • Mark H…watch it! Don’t overstep your bounds!

  • Randell says:

    Hay Mark… I value your information and enjoy your videos. Can’t wait to have a tank like this someday! I really like the music on this video. Where can I find it?

  • Randell says:

    I have watched your video a couple more times. Great work. I am wondering if you would consider adding text showing the names of the different corals and fish types as you show them?? I get so excited looking at these amazing little creatures! I want to be able to look them up and learn as much as I can about them. I truly respect the time you put in to sharing your hobby with us.

  • Andre says:

    Mark, Can you go into a little detail about the raised floor. I would love to setup a garage fish room with the raised floor and drain. I guess I do not understand where the water is flowing, and is the floor at a small angle to ensure the water flows toward the drain.
    Also your tank is awesome.
    Thank you,

  • Andre…the raised and drained floor is laid out here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xbaf_UUe-eE

  • Andre says:

    Thanks Mark! I don’t know how I forgot you were on the 2nd floor. I still think i can do something similar in my garage as well. Thank you for all the videos!

  • Dianna Marshall says:

    Spectacular corals and fish, Mark. thanks for sharing the video update-

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