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Saltwater Aquarium Fish Care for Beginners: A Quick Start Guide to Saltwater Fish and Saltwater Aquarium Care for Happy & Healthy Pet Fish
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When you're deciding what type of aquarium to get, consider the type of fish you want. If your kids are involved, they're going to want Nemo, but clown fish are saltwater fish and can't be kept in a regular aquarium. Saltwater fish are often larger and more interesting than the freshwater varieties. But they require a lot more care. Saltwater Aquarium Fish Care for Beginners: A Quick Start Guide to Saltwater Fish and Saltwater Aquarium Care for Happy & Healthy Pet Fish
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A fish only saltwater aquarium has no special lighting needs. Run lights no more than 8 hours a day and watch carefully for excess algae growth. Algae outbreaks are probably one of the biggest problems saltwater aquarists run into. Prevention is easier than getting rid of an outbreak.Regardless of whether you have a saltwater fish tank or a reef aquarium with fish, there are certain “tools of the trade” you need for saltwater fish and aquarium care. As reef aquarists we often focus on our corals even if we have saltwater fish in our tanks. Saltwater fish have specific requirements to remain healthy and vibrant. Let’s take a look at what you need to properly care for your marine fish.Saltwater fish are generally more sensitive than freshwater fish so care should be according. Generally you keep fewer animals in a saltwater aquarium. Adding one fish at a time is the general rule. Testing the water each time to make sure parameters such as ammonia, nitrite, nitrate, Ph and alkalinity are within safe limits. Jungles 6in1 Quick dip test strips are a good choice. You can test these yourself or have NWTF test them for you free of charge.Saltwater fish, whether alone or in a reef aquarium, are beautiful and intriguing. Before purchasing an exotic fish, research what the fish needs in terms of aquarium size, food and compatibility with other fish and reef invertebrates. Some saltwater fish are easy to care for. Others are for “experts only.” If you provide the proper care, your saltwater fish will remain healthy active and colorful.Poor-quality tap water can cause a lot of problems in marine fish tanks and reef aquariums. Tap water can contain chlorine, chloramine and even traces of ammonia. Copper and lead leach from plumbing and can stress saltwater fish. The best approach to eliminating the chance of contamination and stress is to use a reverse osmosis (RO) filter system. Our remove chlorine, chloramine, heavy metals, nitrate and algae-promoting phosphate from tap water. RO water is safer for your fish and is free of contaminants. This will keep your saltwater fish healthy and stress-free. Use RO water to make up saltwater and to top off for evaporation. Take a look at our . An RO system is one of the best ways to insure proper aquarium care!Brightly colored saltwater fish are an appealing addition to your life and your decor. But a saltwater aquarium requires more care and maintenance than its freshwater counterpart. Are you up for the challenge?