Lego mission take 2

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Well as a little Goldie came my way from the fair (I hate the fair for doing this) and I experimented with Lego the other night I took it to a whole new scale today. Yes I know there is no filter in this tank but there will be in the morning and this is not his proper tank just a quarantine. Hubby challenged me to make Quack a fair ground home so here goes!

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Oh yeah just in case someone noticed yes the lid is a clip board lol, this tank was sat under my stairs not in use it was intended for growing plants in not as an emergency fish tank, I thought the clip board was a moment of genius !
 

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Very cool! I love the idea. My only worry would be the legos and their corners and "poky parts". Where are you going to put him/her?
 
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Quack the gold fish will be going in a big tank that's in the process of being built right now, Quack was brought to me to rescue as a family member took the fish off some kids who had won it at the fair and were swinging it about. I dread to think how many fish died or were released into the manky canal that runs next to where the fair was. To be fair the lego's when built are pretty smooth and to be fair the only slightly poky part was the flags and when i felt then they were no where as poky as plastic plants. Oh and most of the Lego is on the outside of the tank ;D
 

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I think the legos are really cool.........
 
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Borisbbadd said:
I think the legos are really cool.........
Thank you!
 

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Very cool, though! I love the theme of a carnival for a carnival goldfish.
 

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That's hilarious! Ooooo, how about an entire tank made out of Legos?!?! *Runs to the drawing room*
 

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Very intresting

How do you get the legos to sink?

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They're bricks! Get it....Lego bric.......ahhh never mind
 

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Oh

My legos last time i checked are made of plastic so they float so i was just wandering

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Was a joke man
 

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D'oh

Silly me!

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blkdeath75 said:
They're bricks! Get it....Lego bric.......ahhh never mind
just shoot me now.....
 
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You took legos to a whole other level! I love it!
Looks like Quack does too!

Nice job.
 

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That looks fabulous!!!! Love it!
 
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Well take one with the lego was built under water and sunk really easily but it was small. This sttempt was with sand in the bricks but was bigger and was a nightmare to sink but the rocks helped
 

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Well another way to [probably] keep it down is to put a bigger green plastic lego bottom under it and then put your substrate over it. May or may not work, but just a thought.
 

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ExiledxAssassin said:
Well another way to [probably] keep it down is to put a bigger green plastic lego bottom under it and then put your substrate over it. May or may not work, but just a thought.
good idea
 
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it works coz that what i ended up doing!
 
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