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TailsnScales

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  1. That's surprising. A big reason for wanting to go marine is the wide variety of colors and interesting fish and creepy crawlies you can get for marine. Thanks Caryl and Livingart, I understand that cost and time are the 2 big factors, I guess I was looking for someone to say they've gone marine and glad they did or why they're glad they went with fresh water... Anyway, I've decided to bite the bullet and go with a marine tank Gotta wait till I get back from holiday in January, but I've started the shopping spree
  2. That's not helping!! Man's already confused with only 2 options, now you come and throw in a third !! Had a very quick look on YT, but nah, I'll stick to my original 2 choices for now. Thanks.
  3. I'm struggling to decide whether I should go freshwater or marine. I bought a 450L tank 2 months ago as well as a 140L tank, which I've now decided to use as a sump for the 450. I was pretty settled on going with a freshwater setup, but I think I'll enjoy a marine tank more, just scared of the costs I guess. If the reserve bank didn't announce yesterday that I'm probably going to go bankrupt next year, then I most likely would go with the marine option. Let me hear some arguments for both sides please.
  4. I've been thinking about keeping these in a (semi-)dedicated tank next year when I'm back from my holiday. But where would I get them, I haven't seen any for sale online yet? If I need to catch them myself, how and where do I do that?
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