Types of Fish Tanks
You'd be surprised at all the different types of fish tanks you can choose from. As you can see below, there are large fish tanks that can recessed into the wall and are very expensive. Or you can pick up a trendy looking fish tank that sits nicely at the end of table or as a nice alternative to decorative flowers. Shopping for large fish tanks is much different and much more complicated than shopping for a tabletop fish tank.
Shopping for large fish tanks means you have to take into consideration all of the things that go along with owning a large fish tank. You'll need filtration setups, pumps, bubble machines, heaters, coolers and god knows what else. I don't have much experience with large fish tanks. I have primarily only dealt with 60 gallon fish aquariums, which were a perfectly fine size. You won't be impressing anyone like you were at Scarface's house with a table top fish tank, but you'll get your feet wet caretaking for fish tanks in general.
Kids fish tanks are a great idea for children of all ages. You'll have to be sure and show them how to use the aquarium supplies so they don't kill their first goldfish. Large fish aquariums aren't necessary if you're only looking to teach your kids responsibility, but if you are interested in a nice fish tank stand and massive aquarium to impress all of your house guests, you'll be please to know that your children will thank you over and over as they spend hours admiring your custom fish tank.
Having a large fish tank as your part of your bar's decoration or the centerpiece of your family romm will only spark some interesting discussions, or at least fill in the awkward silences nicely. You do have to be careful when you're dealing with kids and large fish tanks as they aren't aware of how quickly a disaster can happen. If your girlfriend want to see if she can fit into a fish tank, it's a little weird, but I suppose it's her call.