Animal Stories - Beginner Saltwater Fish


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Saltwater fish keeping is fun and rewarding for first time aquarists and advanced beginners!
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diane dobreuenaski - 2016-03-12
want to purchase some non aggressive, easy to take care of saltwater fish that r fun to watch also some lobster shrimp etc.also looking for a larger tank too, mine is only 30 gallons... how many fish can I put in this tank?

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Mergann - 2018-11-21
Hello my name is Megan and I have had a lot of pets in the past but I would like to point out some of my favorite ones Peanut the squirrel my 2turtles myfrog my 7 cats my 3 snakes my pet bearded dragon my5 beta fish my tortoise my salamander and my 13 dogs oh and my baby house wrens

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Ryan Hollendonner - 2018-11-13
Ok so i have a 90 gallon salt water tank i started with a 30 gallon then moved it up to 90 now i have had several fish and i have a singular clown. My clown fiah is a jerk and beats up any fiah i drop into the tank. I'm going to be trading him in. I want the most colorful fish i can get however i also want them to be hardy ad i have 2 young children ad sone weeks i cant devote the time i need to to the tank. What fish do you guys recomend!

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Anonymous - 2018-11-10
This is great! Thank you for this I really appreciate it, everyone on the internet has there own opinion about how to look after your tank and it has been very confusing so thank you so much for this. I have had my tank acclimatised and just added fish, wouldn't have been able to choose without this! yay! they are just so pretty too!

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owaiz - 2015-06-27
hi please help me out im a beginner to saltwater tank i question is that i had 2 false percula clown fish from past 6 months they are paired now but i introduce a new true percula clown to my tank now its a war happening in my tank what should i do please if any 1 can help me with this problem

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  • Clarice Brough - 2015-06-28
    I suggest returning the third back to a fish store. You're mated pair will only continue to be territorial and aggressive, not liking any newcomers to their space.
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Carl Delat - 2012-05-08
This is a great guide for newbies! Appreciate the all the pointers. I'm just starting a tank and will keep you posted of how it all goes by following these tips!

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  • Clarice Brough - 2012-05-08
    Good luck with your tank. A successful experience at the start and you'll find yourself wanting to keep all sorts of fish and other critters!
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Muralidhar Shenoy - 2015-02-15
Want to buy canary damsels10picecs. Please quate price availability

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  • ryan - 2015-03-21
    Will I be able to by a bamboo shark from you?
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Dana lenore - 2012-05-11
I have a 47 gallon saltwater tank with 1 firefish,1 royal gramma,damsel,and 1 coral beauty and he doesn't bother any of the others but he continually swims pretty fast while the others are real calm is that normal for a coral beauty?

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  • Anonymous - 2012-10-18
    Indeed it is! They are a very active fish for the most part.
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