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hi inuyasha,

i wish i had a saltwater aquarium but marine fish species r very rare in my city though it is situated near Bay of Bengal, i'm from chittagong, Bangladesh. few people import them from abroad. what kind of fish species do u have in collection?
 
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hey neville,

So far I have an anemone. Then i am getting a clownfish in a few days.
 

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i think you know my answer to this one!!! def Saltwater fish!!! one day.......... !!! i've been reading your blog today......fish must be coming soon!! its the longest 2 weeks in history!!!! the new lights do look brighter than before in your Saltwater tank. any creatures emerged from the rock yet?
Tan
 
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Not yet but I hope soon.
 

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inuyasha_lover_21 said:
Not yet but I hope soon.
fingers crossed then!!
 

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I'm stuck between the two. Only if there was no difference between the two than life would be so much easier. I would Saltwater for color but than Freshwater for simplicity and money.
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Tom said:
I'm stuck between the two. Only if there was no difference between the two than life would be so much easier. I would Saltwater for color but than Freshwater for simplicity and money.
Tom
exactly!
Tan
 

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I'd love to have a Saltwater, but it's not in the cards for awhile. Poor little buggers wouldn't stand a chance with me in charge of 'em!
 

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sgould said:
I'd love to have a Saltwater, but it's not in the cards for awhile.  Poor little buggers wouldn't stand a chance with me in charge of 'em!
thats my concern too! i'm surprised my Freshwater fish are still alive to be honest!!
Tan
 

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Have new 55 gal tank that I received as a gift from my daughter, was planning on setting up as salt water. After some research and a new friend, I acquired a 29 gal reef tank that has not been running in a few years but has all the parts and pieces I have been cleaning and checking equipment. Hope to have it up and running in the next few months. More research needed but I think S/W is going to real cool 8)
 
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I have a 30 gal Saltwater tank. I am going to recommend a book to you. Its called "saltwater aquariums for dummies". Very basic book. I read that about 5 times then set my tank up. I know if I can set up a Saltwater tank anybody could. Just go slow with it.
 

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Feeshwater. Easier to take care of and can get beautiful fish and lots of species. I just love it!
 
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