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Hi everyone! Allow me to introduce myself.
I'm Kiwi, and I'm pretty new to this forum. I'm 15 years old and still in high school at the moment. I'm from the Netherlands. I hopefully will be able to study marine biology in a couple of years. A big dream of mine would be to study in Sydney or Pert.
I currently have a 60/60/55 (about 50 gallons) saltwater tank up and running for over 6 months now. Cause of some troubles, we're gonna order a new one. 100/65/45. I'm very excited. And I addition to some questions I still had I decided to make an account here and share my experiences, but mainly hear yours.
You could say I have quite some experience in freshwater tanks, my father is currently breeding Cichlids, and we have a tank of almost 200 gallons in our living room. But I'm pretty new to the whole saltwater thing. Even though I know some, I still got plenty to learn.

I'm looking forward to getting some knowledge out of this forum, and hopefully have a nice chat with some other aquarians.

Regards!!
 
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Welcome to Reef2Reef!!!

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Hi everyone! Allow me to introduce myself.
I'm Kiwi, and I'm pretty new to this forum. I'm 15 years old and still in high school at the moment. I'm from the Netherlands. I hopefully will be able to study marine biology in a couple of years. A big dream of mine would be to study in Sydney or Pert.
I currently have a 60/60/55 (about 50 gallons) saltwater tank up and running for over 6 months now. Cause of some troubles, we're gonna order a new one. 100/65/45. I'm very excited. And I addition to some questions I still had I decided to make an account here and share my experiences, but mainly hear yours.
You could say I have quite some experience in freshwater tanks, my father is currently breeding Cichlids, and we have a tank of almost 200 gallons in our living room. But I'm pretty new to the whole saltwater thing. Even though I know some, I still got plenty to learn.

I'm looking forward to getting some knowledge out of this forum, and hopefully have a nice chat with some other aquarians.

Regards!!
Welcome!

Glad you joined and sounds like you have great goals and paths forward. Nice to meet you. Keep us posted!
 
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Welcome to your new home for saltwater reef aquarium resources and fun! Welcome to the family! :D
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Hi everyone! Allow me to introduce myself.
I'm Kiwi, and I'm pretty new to this forum. I'm 15 years old and still in high school at the moment. I'm from the Netherlands. I hopefully will be able to study marine biology in a couple of years. A big dream of mine would be to study in Sydney or Pert.
I currently have a 60/60/55 (about 50 gallons) saltwater tank up and running for over 6 months now. Cause of some troubles, we're gonna order a new one. 100/65/45. I'm very excited. And I addition to some questions I still had I decided to make an account here and share my experiences, but mainly hear yours.
You could say I have quite some experience in freshwater tanks, my father is currently breeding Cichlids, and we have a tank of almost 200 gallons in our living room. But I'm pretty new to the whole saltwater thing. Even though I know some, I still got plenty to learn.

I'm looking forward to getting some knowledge out of this forum, and hopefully have a nice chat with some other aquarians.

Regards!!
Welcome to R2R!!
 
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