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How does your budget compare to the cost of the equipment you willneed? Can you get a large enough foryour fish that will fit in the space available in your home? Youshould address both of these questions, and then evaluate your fishselection, your space constraints and your budget compared to the newinformation you now have. Can you spend more? Is it a little more or alot more? How close are you to fitting the appropriate fish tank intothe space available in your home? Is another location available inyour home? How committed are you to getting the fish you selected? Isone fish pushing your set-up into a different price bracket? Is thatfish even available in your area?
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This is my new temporary native fish tank setup. I have 15 sunfish currently in this 10 gallon tank. I know that's a lot but I'm looking into a 55 gallon tomorrow. All fish and plants in the native tank will be either native to New Jersey or North American waters, haven't decided yet. Hope you enjoy and remember to comment rate an subscribe.
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Fish Tank People Social Community Be prepared to spend some time every day to monitor the temperature and salinity levels on your newly setup marine aquarium. You will also need to spend some time once a month to clean your tank and change out some of the saltwater. Try to change 20% of the saltwater in a given month. This could work out to doing small 5% water changes once a week. Performing regular small water changes will reduce the nitrate levels, replenish elements that have been used up and skimmed off and keep your saltwater fish happy and healthy. Remember to never add freshly mixed saltwater to your aquarium because it is fairly caustic freshly mixed. Mix it up the day before you will be doing maintenance.