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Old 03-10-12, 20:40
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Hello. Not been on for a while but I'm seriously thinking about going marine, I've lost interest in fresh water at the minute what's the best thing to start with for my 3 foot 100 liter? Thanks
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That's not a large tank all in all but i'd probably say a fish only is a good way to start. Not too much different than freshwater fish only tanks but it gives you the opportunity to work out your maintenance regimine.
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wow hats off to you. I have had freshwater since 1977 and would never in my dreams go to fresh water, purely as it would mean a lot of research and equipment etc. good luck with your venture. Agree with maybe starting with Fish and rock only, I think once you get into coral and tentacles sponges that it because more difficult. cheers jk
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Yes I would defiantly take time on it it and do plenty of research. I may have to upgrademy tank too. Cheers bb! It would be great to have a nice marine set up I think
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