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> Fish Tanks Height To Width Ratio, what is a good ratio?
Christo7
post Mon, 01 Jun 2009 9:04 pm
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Hi there what is a good height to width ratio of a good fish tank? Height being tallness and width being the front landscape width. I know depth is more or less the same for certain brands of fish tanks.

Anway mine is about 6/8, is this too much?

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