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  1. Ready to Move Into a Bigger Tank? Tips to Prep for the New Tank

    Ready to Move Into a Bigger Tank? Tips to Prep for the New Tank

    Getting a new larger tank is like Christmas and a birthday both coming at once, for you and your fish. Bigger tanks offer more swimming and growing space for your resident fish collection, room to...
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  2. How to Cure Rock for Your Reef

    How to Cure Rock for Your Reef

    In the early days of reef keeping live rock was harvested from unprotected reefs, shipped by air and then trucked to your home. It was exciting because you never knew what marine life would pop out...
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  3. How to Grow Coralline Algae In Your Aquarium: The Simple Truth

    How to Grow Coralline Algae In Your Aquarium: The Simple Truth

    Growing coralline algae is one of the most discussed topics among reef aquarists. When you look online you will find dozens of “secret formulas”, special techniques, tricks and tips for...
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  4. 2 New Live Rock Alternatives To Consider For Your Aquascape: CaribSea's Life Rock Shapes and Two Little Fishies' STAX Rock

    2 New Live Rock Alternatives To Consider For Your Aquascape: CaribSea's Life Rock Shapes and Two Little Fishies' STAX Rock

    News of Fiji's ban on exportation of corals and live rock came as a surprise to aquarium industry experts both in Fiji and around the world. Fisheries Minister Semi Koroilavesau said the ban is aimed...
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  5. Drop-Off Tank Build - Episode 2: Sump Install + Which Rock Should We Use?

    Drop-Off Tank Build - Episode 2: Sump Install + Which Rock Should We Use?

      In our last episode, we asked you guys which sump we should use to upgrade the standard glass sump that comes with the tank.  The results were pretty clear and we will be using the MD...
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  6. Marine Aquarium Rock: Which Rock is Right for You?

    Marine Aquarium Rock: Which Rock is Right for You?

    The marine aquarium hobby has come a long way. Back in the day, the only option for rock for a saltwater fish or reef aquarium was to use rock taken straight from the ocean, which people called live...
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