Salt Water Fish Supplies For Your Tank

When you are setting up your salt water aquarium, you will need some basic saltwater fish supplies to make sure you get it right and that you set up the best aquarium that you presumably can. Your aquarium or fish tank needs to supply a great home for your fish, and naturally it should make you satisfied.

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Sump Tour of a 125 Gallon Marine Fish Tank

Many salt water fish tanks will have a sump underneath them. A sump is basically an extra tank that can be used to house equipment for your marine fish tank to keep them out of site, among other benefits. This video takes you on a tour of the sump for a 125 gallon marine fish [...]

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11 Steps to Setting Up a Marine Fish Tank Like a Pro

1. Planning This is the most important step in setting up your marine fish tank. It takes a lot of time and money to set up and maintain a marine fish tank. Not planning properly can sabotage your efforts and cost you a lot more time and money than need be. During the planning stage [...]

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400 Gallon Marine Fish Tank With Some Impressive Plumbing

This video shows a 10 foot long, 400 gallon marine fish tank. It’s pretty much a fish-only tank (ie. no live rock, corals) though there appears to be an invert or two hanging around. As for the salt water aquarium fish, this tank is stocked with an impressive assortment of tangs, angelfish, butterfly fish, triggerfish [...]

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How To Tell When Your Marine Fish Tank Has Finished The Cycling Process

When you first set up your marine fish tank is has to go through the cycling process. During this process you can add 1 – 2 hardy salt water aquarium fish, like damsels, but that’s about it because the tank gets fairly high levels of ammonia and nitrites. These substances are toxic to fish and [...]

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How To Set Marine Fish Tank That’s Environmentally Friendly and Looks Amazing Too!

The guilt was eating away at me. I loved my marine fish tanks and all the livestock I had and, yet, as a marine scientist, I felt horrible knowing that they were all coming from the wild. As we discussed in the last post on 3 reasons you might not want to own a marine [...]

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3 Reasons You Shouldn’t Own a Marine Fish Tank

Huh? You thought this site was all about the joys of owning a marine fish tank so why on Earth would there be a post listing reasons NOT to own one? Simple. Setting up and maintaining a marine fish tank ain’t easy. And the responsibility is one that many people can’t handle. This post is [...]

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The 17 Essential Items You Need To Set Up a Marine Fish Tank (Part 2)

In Part 1 of this series we looked at the first 9 of the 19 essential items you need to set up a marine fish tank. This post covers the rest . . . 9. Buckets, Towels, Rubber Gloves – It can get wet and messy maintaining a marine fish tank so having buckets and [...]

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The 17 Essential Items You Need To Set Up a Marine Fish Tank (Part 1)

So you’ve decided to enter the wonderful world of marine fish tank ownership. Congratulations! Now it’s time to start assembling the equipment you’ll need to get your fish tank aquarium set up and ready for fish. I’ve assembled a list of the essential things you’ll need to get your fish tank up and running. There [...]

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Amazing Bottomless Marine Fish Tank

Well, technically it’s called the “Open Bottom” fish tank, bottomless just sounded better for the headline! In any case, this is one of the coolest marine fish tank ideas I’ve ever seen. The advantages of setting up a marine fish tank like this include that there is no salt water splashing out of the tank [...]

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