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Scdell

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Fish are like people. They interact with each other just like we do.
Who takes the time to watch that process?
Who takes the time to think about what fish to add or not?
Or do you just add fish that you want and let them duke it out?

I think fish are just as important as coral.
Everything has to coexist in our little boxes. More important than in the wild.
They can't just move on and find a new place that suits them better.

I think water quality for fish is just about as important as for corals.
If it's not to their liking they stress
Feeding is important. If they starve they are stressed. Feed enough and they don't fight for territory.

I find that as my corals grow (mostly SPS) they are more happy also. Just like home for them.
They were plucked out of their home and forced to live in our tanks for our enjoyment.

My fish know me, they know when it's time to eat. They know when I watch them and sometimes they come and watch me.

I love my fish as much as I love my corals. Maybe more.
 
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HAVE YOU EVER BUILT A NEW HOUSE "AROUND" A NEW DREAM REEF TANK SET UP?

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  • NO, but I would like to

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  • NO, I would worry about the tank later

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