A group of fish tank experts builds elaborate and sometimes expensive saltwater fish tanks for a variety of customers - usually on a short deadline. Shows typically include researching fish or habitats for a given tank, and building & installing the tank.
The Living Color team is on a mission to create fish tanks for the backstop of the new Miami Marlins baseball stadium.
Mat takes off to the Caribbean island of Curacao with Allan Marshall to locate some deep sea fish for a new exhibit at the Florida Aquarium.
Francis saves a giant Pacific octopus suffering from harmful chemicals that have leaked into its water from a poorly-constructed rock feature.
Ben and Francis head out to meet with Max, who is looking to create one of the largest residential tanks of its kind in Southern Florida.
Mat gets a call from a high-profile recording studio in Las Vegas with a tank that has aged prematurely and is due for a major aquatic overhaul.
The Living Color team has to be on their A-game to accomplish the challenging job given by the head of biology for the Rainforest Cafe.
The Living Color team is challenged with transforming a vintage Volkswagen Minibus into a fish tank for local car dealer Mike Wetzel.
Mat notices Ben is too comfortable behind his desk at headquarters. Mat leaves for Chicago to work on a terrarium for a rare Panama Golden Frog.
The team has been commissioned to revive a showcase aquarium and must build a 3-in-1 tank in a fraction of the normally allotted time.
Living Color is commissioned to create the centerpiece for a beach home on Grand Cayman Island, but removing fish from Cayman waters is illegal.
Living Colors most demanding client is Jim Prappas, the head biologist at Rainforest Cafe. This time the project is at Disney World.
Living Color is commissioned to replace a cracked tank and also provide a unique underwater specimen to display in a multi-aquarium showcase.
Allpets is opening a new store and has asks Living Color to create a unique centerpiece. Meanwhile Living Color is building a new quarantine facility.
Fourteen Tanks. Twenty-seven reefs. One project. Living Color's next project for the South Florida Science Museum is by far the most extensive yet.
Living Color takes on the challenge of creating a 5000-gallon shark tank, the largest private tank in South Florida.
The Living Color team is in the Bahamas where they've been commissioned to build another ornate, highly-specialized aquarium for the Atlantis Casino.
Mat is stunned by one of the most unique aquariums he's ever encountered on what he assumed was a run-of-the-mill tank renovation.
Cesar Milan, The Dog Whisperer, commissions Living Color to build a spa-like retreat for dogs and their owners in the middle of the desert.
Living Color donates an educational exhibit to Galaxy Elementary, an open aquarium that will allow students to interact with the specimens inside.
Living Color is tasked with building a tank that is unlike any of their previous projects, replacing coral with crystal and intricacy with simplicity.
One of New York's hotels is looking to build upon its reputation of luxury and there's nowhere to turn other than Living Color.
Living Color is commissioned by Hersheys in a high profile project to create an interactive and delicious-looking tank for Hersheypark.