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Using Tap Water in Your Saltwater Aquarium: [Is it Safe?]
For those who are new to the world of saltwater aquariums, one of the most common questions that arises is whether tap water can be used. While it may seem like a simple question, the answer is not as straightforward as one might think. The use of tap water in a saltwater aquarium can have…
Types of Clownfish: [From Common Gems to Rare Treasures for Your Aquarium]
Clownfish, the vibrant darlings of the aquarium world, captivate reefers from novices to connoisseurs. Their alluring appearance and low-maintenance nature make them an irresistible addition to any saltwater haven. With a vast array of subcategories, the Clownfish species boasts both popular favorites and elusive rarities. Some reef enthusiasts crave petite varieties, while others seek out…
What Are The Signs Of Too Much Light In A Reef Tank?
As reef tank enthusiasts, we know that lighting plays a crucial role in maintaining a healthy and thriving environment for our marine life. However, finding the perfect balance between too little and too much light can be a delicate dance. The initial sign of too much light is coral bleaching, losing tissue, and losing color….
Clarkii Clownfish: [Profile, Diet, Care, Tank Setup]
Clarkii Clownfish, popular and well-liked among reef owners, is a well-known species of the Clownfish family. Larger than others in its community, it has a distinct reputation for being tough and hardy. It has a number of names based on its colors and sub-categories, i.e., Clark’s Clownfish, Yellow Clownfish, Clark’s Anemonefish, Sea Bee, Black Clown,…
Coolest And Unique Saltwater Aquarium Fish
Hobbyists or serious reefers, everyone wants to have the coolest fish collection in their saltwater aquarium. A reef system with a school of eye-catching fish is like a dream for them. So, it needs some looking into to find the coolest ones that are also the most suitable for a captivated environment. Some of the…
What Are The Types Of Corals?
There are countless categories and subcategories of marine life in every saltwater system. Among them, coral resides in the most shallow and tropical waters with direct access to sunlight. Unlike others, they cannot withstand sheer darkness and freezing temperatures. Corals are neither plants nor rocks. Belonging to marine species, they are animals without a vertebral…
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Risalat Bari is a zoophilist, turtle keeper, avid aquarist, reef keeper, Electrical & Electronics Engineer, and now a full-time blogger.